How We Record The Amp Hour Podcast

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By Chris Gammell

Chris Gammell is an engineer who talks more than most other engineers. He also writes, makes videos and a couple podcasts. While analog electronics happen to be his primary interests, he also dablles in FPGAs and system level design.

9 replies on “How We Record The Amp Hour Podcast”

Awesome! I was looking to revamp my podcasting setup for a new podcast I’m looking at starting. Mumble/Murmur looks awesome.

Have you looked at looking your own Murmur server instead of using MumbleBox?

I tried that for a little while at my house. It wasn’t hard, but the connection fell apart. If I had the time to set it up elsewhere, it would work fine (I chose somewhere in Cali because that seemed like the closest place in between me and Dave), but really it’s best to just go with the pros. Well worth the $2/month.

U just use teh podbean for it almost same price 3 dollar a month, more than good enough for me. I also have the same mics, zoom h1 and at2020. sometimes i just set the h1 on the desk on the little tripod and use that for podcast. I like the at2020 best though for in teh studio podcast

Chris, loved the show, I have watched 30+ videos on podcast in and is insight regarding mumble is amazing. The issue I am having is figuring out where my calls are being stored. I figure they are being recorded someone on my Mac but I have no idea how to retrieve them. I am hoping you have some insight about this because I am pulling my hair out, I don’t like doing this since I am becoming less and less attractive to my wife. Anyway, any help would be immensely appreciated.

I received a link from EEvblog, Watch this pod casting video.Searched you tube and found I had watched your early bench-building video. COOL! and you and do this Amp Hour Podcast. How Cool? Just fished listening to #126. Most enlightening! AS if I were able to gang with real EE’S …..


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