Sitting in on my last session of the day…and this one is near and dear to my heart: “Using GarageBand for Basic Podcasting,” presented by Mike Wolk (above), senior systems engineer for Apple Inc.
Just finished up a session called “Marketing for Musicians,” presented by Chris Penn (two pics up) of the Student Loan Network’s Financial Aid Podcast. Rob Usdin (one pic up) of the Jersey JamCast podcast attended the session.
The 1 p.m. session I attended was called “What Do All These Buttons Do?” — a quick tutorial on audio equipment like microphones and mixers presented by Drexel alumnus Rand Bradbury (above) of BestDamnTech.com and RoadieShow.com.
Some pics I took during lunch…
Lunch is over…time to learn about audio equipment from Rand Bradbury of BestDamnTech.com and RoadieShow.com.
Finishing up my second session of the day, “Audio Editing Techniques” with Mark Blevis (above) of Electric Sky, Candian Podcast Buffet and a bunch more you can find links for at www.markblevis.com.
OK…it’s over. Time for lunch.
Just sat through my first session at PodCamp Philly…”Thinking Like a Producer,” presented by Joel Mark Witt of FolkMedia.org and Maryland Zoo TV (above). Very interesting stuff. I’ll talk about it more in a wrap-up post, but now I want to get back to getting some photos online.
I will be updating this post throughout the day (newer posts on top), but I am here at Drexel University for PodCamp Philly. Stay tuned for photos and more.
Lead organizer Whitney Hoffman addresses the Podcamp Philly attendees.
Free coffee! Courtesy of Starbucks and Comcast! Thanks!
PodCamp Philly Schwag Bag
PodCamp Philly registration table.