I don’t know how funny this will be unless you are familiar with facebook.
This is a straight reading.
Friend details (mp3)
It’s possible that I didn’t have much to do tonight.
This is an interview with Mark Harris, the short form improv director from Runnin’ With Scissors. I plan to interview other RWS cast and crew in the future.
– First song is Tango Rumba-Afro-Cuban from the Mambo Kings Soundtrack
– Second song is What Would You Say by Dave Matthews Band
– Third song is So Long-Farewell-Goodbye by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
– Hopefully you have quicktime/iTunes installed. If you do, you should be able to watch and listen right here. Or download it and put it in iTunes and put it on your iPod. I went all out this time and included pictures and artwork along with the audio. HOURS OF WORK.Otherwise just grab the mp3 and MISS OUT.
Or “Save as…”
Or the plain ol’ mp3 version – IMKH Radio Ep. #2 (4.5MB)
Well here we go. Episode #1 of IMKH Radio. It basically sucks. It’s me rambling on with no point about my winter break. It was the first thing that came to mind when I thought about playing with the podcast software. The only cool thing is the commercial I made for it. I think it’s funny.
The sound is terrible. Hopefully that’ll be rectified thanks to my buddy Ryan who recommended a mic which is on the way. I’m not promising the content will be any better in the future.
Also, it’s in m4a format. If that doesn’t work for you, download the mp3 version. The problem is the mp3 version is THREE times as big. Obviously I don’t know what I’m doing. Probably my settings in GarageBand. I’ll get it figured out in the future.
-First song is Autumn in New York by Harry Connick Jr.
-Second song is New York State of Mind by Billy Joel
-Third song is Light Enough To Travel by The Be Good Tanyas
IMKH Radio Ep. #1 (m4a – 3.2 MB)
IMKH Radio Ep. #1 (mp3 – 9.4MB)
I technically wasn’t going to podcast. It’s really more of an audioblog thing I had in mind. I tried, really, I did. I recorded a couple different archive posts and I’m just not happy with them. I recorded that dang shark post about 5 different times.
After a couple of evening’s experimentation, here are my thoughts on my audioblogging skills:
I’m not totally giving up, I might do some audioblogging in the future, but I ain’t real keen on reading old posts.
All the cool kids are doing it.
I’m thinking for the first few, I’m going to take some of the Comedy Gold that has already been posted and record it. I think it’s probably much funnier in my head than your head anyway. Maybe hearing sorta kinda how it sounds in my head will make it even better.
I don’t know, we’ll see.
And I’m not promising anything.
I sure wish I had a decent microphone. If I get halfway serious about podcasts, I’ll have to get a better one.
Any requests from the archive?
BTW, I heard from one viewer that the bird call video made him lose the yogurt he was eating.
I’m very proud.