Geeks With Blogs

Jeff Julian's Blog CEO of Enterprise Marketer
We recorded out first show yesterday and will be releasing it very soon. I am putting the final touches on out new feed system for the podcast show. We are using ASP.NET 2.0 and I am loving it. Here are some photos of our equipment and setup.

Welcome to our podcast studio for
John Alexander's view where he does the recording and editing of the shows.
Jeff Julian's view where he makes sure all the levels are ok, plays the intro and outro music, and connects the callers.
JK Audio AutoHybrid for bridging the telephone callers into the mixer.
Yamaha 10 Channel Mixer. If you are interested in creating a Podcast show without just using a computer microphone, I highly suggest this for getting started.
This is my old DJ equipment from 5 years ago. We use these for the intro/outro music fades. We will probably find a different solution later, but this was laying around.
Sound Blaster Extigy. I had this for some time using it as the sound card for a few laptops to have better sound than the internal speakers. I don't suggest purchasing one since they said it was 24bit but recalled it after saying it was only 16bit. We will be replacing this soon.
These condenser microphones are a great value. Very clean, and pretty inexpensive.
Posted on Thursday, July 14, 2005 7:14 AM | Back to top

Comments on this post: Podcasting Equipment Photos for

# re: Podcasting Equipment Photos for
Requesting Gravatar...
wow! thats awesome! I'll be an avid listener once you have the show up!

Left by Keith Rull on Jul 14, 2005 10:32 PM

# The "Geeks with Blogs" Podcast Studio
Requesting Gravatar...
The crew over at Geeks with Blogs are preparing to produce a podcast. Jeff Julian shows us what you can do with a combination of new and old gear that might be laying around your home or office....
Left by The Left Channel on Jul 15, 2005 7:58 AM

# re: Podcasting Equipment Photos for
Requesting Gravatar...
I would like to get into making recordings (with permission) of phone calls / creating audio info / and eventually rolling into full podcasts. If people could send me info on the base products I need for this (i.e. - boards, mics, software, equipment, cables, ect...) I'd really appreciate it. Also a ballpark of what this would cost too. Thanks!
Left by Wes Wyatt on Jul 19, 2005 12:45 PM

# re: Podcasting Equipment Photos for
Requesting Gravatar...
Forgot my contact info -

Left by Wes on Jul 19, 2005 12:46 PM

Your comment:
 (will show your gravatar)

Copyright © Jeff Julian | Powered by: