- Nov 26, 2014
Hey, can you do me a favor @Prentzz ( or any one on this thread ).My opinion is probably a little different to others because I listen to a LOT of podcasts, hours per day. Pretty much every chore I'm doing, going to the gym or winding down in bed, I really like podcasts and I'm not a big movie or TV fan.
I can't stand introductions. When you're listening to a lot of podcasts they get super annoying. On that last one you did on work/life balance, it took 25 seconds roughly for you to really start talking and almost 2 minutes until the intro is done and you get into the content. I'd rather you just get to it.
The audio is fine but it's not good, I'm fairly confident you're using something like a Snowball mic? Can hear room echo etc. Can get a few really good mics for a few hundred, run it through some software to remove background noise and it'll come out sexy and smooth. Joe Rogan Experience is always a great example of how a relatively simple setup can sound nice with little effort. They use Shure SM7B mics btw.
I like the topics and I LOVE how you bring in personal experiences and kind of get off topic a little, it's never scripted and makes it easier to listen to imo. I like that you mix it up with higher level topics and then actionable tips and details. For selfish reasons, I would absolutely love to hear you talk more about AdWords, especially for beginners. There's a lot of crap out there and I know that you a TRUE expert and there are plenty of us that would love to hear more of your advice. Thanks Jason, still listening to every episode!
I made 2 versions of the same track. One with the settings I normally do, and one with new settings.
Can you listen to both ( I dont expect you to listen to the same track fully twice ) and let me know which one sounds "better"?
I think I removed the echo on both and background noise ( but can you listen and let me know ), I'm just thinking now maybe the settings on editing could be contributing and that's what this is all about ( these 2 tracks ).
Let me know if you can. BTW, its all about Adwords in those tracks.
Let me know which one sounds better.
There is 8 or 9 seconds of silence upfront, then it kicks in