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14/07/2010

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James Clay

The importance of good audio us often forgotten when it comes to online presentations (and podcasts for that matter).

Not everyone has perfect hearing, but also any kind of background noise or hiss can be very off-putting to the listener.

I remember trying to record a podcast using Skype and one participant was in a server room which made the recording sound like it was recorded in a hurricane!

Great post, lots of useful stuff in there.

James

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