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    Article: tonymacx86 Podcast 003 - PodBeast vs. MechaBeast


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    Episode three of the tonymacx86 Podcast, "PodBeast vs. MechaBeast" is now available on iTunes. Hosted by beelzebozo and eelhead, the latest podcast features a discussion of the week in tech, including iBoot for Ivy Bridge systems, flashing modded ROMs for unsupported motherboards, how to create a custom fusion drive, setting up a user folder on a different drive and more. Enjoy!
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    downloading now :-)

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    Im really missed that. I love Podcast... Good to know...

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    This Is Good Stuff Thanks.

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    Article: tonymacx86 Podcast 003 - PodBeast vs. MechaBeast


    Good work guys, keep it up.

    Didn't finish listening to it on the train this morning, but my first bit of feedback is unfortunately not positive. Please fix the audio levels in the next episode!
    Like the last one (after which you were apparently going to do something different?) it's very soft. I had to turn my headphone volume up to full, and still struggled to hear bits (I was on the train, so obviously not in a silent room). This is in start contrast to the levels in other podcasts (both professional and amateur). Even if we get through and hear the whole episode, the dangerous thing is that when the iPod/whatever then goes to the next track we'll be deafened. It's not nice when that happens.

    You're not alone though: I've seen several podcasts stumble over this in their first few episodes before getting it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBP View Post
    Good work guys, keep it up.

    Didn't finish listening to it on the train this morning, but my first bit of feedback is unfortunately not positive. Please fix the audio levels in the next episode!
    Like the last one (after which you were apparently going to do something different?) it's very soft. I had to turn my headphone volume up to full, and still struggled to hear bits (I was on the train, so obviously not in a silent room). This is in start contrast to the levels in other podcasts (both professional and amateur). Even if we get through and hear the whole episode, the dangerous thing is that when the iPod/whatever then goes to the next track we'll be deafened. It's not nice when that happens.

    You're not alone though: I've seen several podcasts stumble over this in their first few episodes before getting it right.
    I wish I could agree with you but I honestly cannot. I tested going from a song in iTunes to the Podcast and back and forth and the overall sound levels are very close.

    And I'm not pulling this out of thin air, I'm also a musician and have a pretty good ear.

    I don't know what you're using for earphones but if they are the white Apple ones, then you've made a grave mistake.

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    Didn't have this experience i never changed my volume at all
    you must have something else wrong

    i think the podcasts are Ludicrously good

    keep them coming

    maybe we could persuade some other moderators on board for an odd podcast, may be interesting to get a variety of opinions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBP View Post
    Good work guys, keep it up.

    Didn't finish listening to it on the train this morning, but my first bit of feedback is unfortunately not positive. Please fix the audio levels in the next episode!
    Like the last one (after which you were apparently going to do something different?) it's very soft. I had to turn my headphone volume up to full, and still struggled to hear bits (I was on the train, so obviously not in a silent room). This is in start contrast to the levels in other podcasts (both professional and amateur). Even if we get through and hear the whole episode, the dangerous thing is that when the iPod/whatever then goes to the next track we'll be deafened. It's not nice when that happens.

    You're not alone though: I've seen several podcasts stumble over this in their first few episodes before getting it right.
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    I'm listening to my frist episode now - this is an UBER-cool idea, and I'm enjoying it very much. Can't wait to get into the remaining episodes. BTW, I did notice a little volume disparity between beelzebozo and eelhead - eelhead's audio was noticeably softer than beelzebozo's. Going forward, I'm happy to offer my services or assistance with a little audio processing &/or mastering the podcasts. Just send me a PM to coordinate.

    GREAT JOB, guys!!
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    I enjoy the whole tonymac scene the pod cast only makes it better. I am now subscribed in iTunes which is great. You just can't make any easier than that! Keep up the good work.

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