In this week’s episode of The Committed podcast, Ian Schray, Rob Griffiths, and I went live right after Apple’s March event finished. We discuss new products, the ones we want, and the ones that Rob doesn’t care about. We look at points to consider when choosing an Apple Watch, and a new MacBook, talking about watchband sizes, cables, adapters and more.
We go live right after Apple’s keynote, discussing the new products that some of us are excited about, and others don’t care about.
Speaking with a few people in the podcasting sphere recently, I’ve realised that many people find the aspect of audio effects processing to be mystifying. While I’m no expert, I thought I might write about what I have learnt during my time editing radio shows and podcasts.
So, here it goes, but I apologise in advance if I’m teaching my grandmother to suck on those proverbial eggs.
Joe Nash, who edits the podcast I co-host, The Committed, wrote an interesting article about how he gets rid of the excess noise in our audio files. If you work with podcasts, or any kind of audio, it’s worth a read. There are no complicated techniques, just some simple ways to make sure voices sound better.
With one week to go before the announcement of the Apple Watch, we look at who it’s for, and how much it might cost.
On this week’s episode, we discuss Apple’s market cap and its plans to buy back shares, Photoshop’s 25th anniversary, the Pebble Time, and Apple Watch upgrade theories.