Episode 81

Published on:

29th Nov 2019

Mobile podcasting: did the experiment work? - 1KP0081

Have you ever run an experiment that didn’t turn out exactly as planned? I have - and yesterday’s episode (https://toptieraudio.com/80) didn’t go quite as well as I’d hoped. The audio was good but I was confusing with the content and it was a little harder to produce than I’d hoped.

I received a few follow-up questions (thanks Harry) that I am answering today.

Listen to discover

  • What went well and what didn’t with yesterday’s podcast experiment
  • What I think Hindenburg Field Recorder is good for
  • What I was using Backpack Studio, Ferrite, and Auphonic for
  • Why I don’t have answers for Android users and why I’d like to
  • Whether Auphonic is needed with working in Hindenburg Journalist Pro

What about you?

Have you ever run an experiment that didn’t turn out exactly as you’d hoped. Hit me up on email (bryan@toptieraudio.com) and share your story.

And if you have questions or topic suggestions, let me know. Email me (bryan@toptieraudio.com).

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Bryan Entzminger

Bryan Entzminger is a side hustle podcast editor and a huge fan of Hindenburg Journalist Pro. He's been podcasting since 2014 and editing podcasts professionally and consulting for small businesses and non-profit organizations since 2017. As he builds his business, he balances career, podcast editing, volunteering, family, and leading the Hindenburg-focused Facebook community, Hindy Users (Unofficial). You can find him at TopTierAudio.com.