I walked around the city the other day, testing my new Microtrack 24/96, and decided to make show out of it. It was put on Sirius last Friday – I can just imagine what regular listeners were thinking.
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it nice to hear you being you, jules. be angry when you’re angry, of course, but why force it when you’re not?
have a good holiday, sweetie!
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aw man, you got a Microtrack, too?!? i remember alex getting his a few months back. i’ve been salivating over that for a while, but it’s outta my price range. however, i did recently get the m-audio nova microphone for my home setup. very happy with it.
never mind the people walking past you wondering what you’re doing while you’re recording out in public. why? because people on hands-free cell phones do it all the time and you can never tell if they’re talking to themselves or not. it’s only until you’re right up on top of them that you notice the earpiece or whatever. used to be that i could actually tell the crazy people from the sane ones in new york. and now, thanks to hands-free cell phones, i totally can’t…
Yo, Julien’s got podcasting bling!
So what do you think of the microtrack, is it a keeper? Sound quality in your podcast was pretty sweet with it.