I will start out with saying that I am giving myself the flexibility of the time zone stamp of the recording and publishing of an episode, in order to stay on track. I am located in the Central European Time zone, but I am often working according to the Eastern Standard Time, giving me a buffer of 6 hours. If I want to stretch it, I could include American Samoa into the game, and add 3 more hours to my daily worklife. ;)
I want to make a correction to the previous episode. I mixed up Amy Peikoff’s news sandwich and started out with the bad news, then the good news item, and ending with another bad news. It should be two good news ideas (the bread), and only one bad piece, sandwiching it between the two pieces of ”bread”…
I am including screen dumps from the recording of this episode, using the new Backpack Studio app. With this app, I will be able to record the solo shows in an easy way. I learned about this app from listening to Libsyn’s official podcast. Back then it was called Boss Jock Studio. I will talk more about this app in future episodes, telling you about my experiences with the new app, features, etc.
Libsyn’s offcial podcast, The Feed, episode 121 (listen to the answer to my question, around timestamp 22 minutes).
Episode 59 (11 minutes) was recorded on January 2, 2019 (American time! ;) ), by podcaster, Martin Lindeskog, with Backpack Studio app, IK Multimedia iRig Mic Cast podcasting microphone, PreSonus HD7 professional monitoring headphones, and SnapRecorder portable recording booth. Post-production through the podcast maker, Alitu. Notes written in Ulysses app. Bumper and jingle by Jim Jonsson, JTunes Productions.