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Hello all, i am adding podcasts to my website and was wondering if i needed any equipment, besides microphones?

Also, i am new to garageband and have only messed around with it briefly, are there any books or tutorials to show me the ropes? I messed with it last night and figured out how to record but that was about it. I would like to know how to put titles, info, and all that other stuff for it. Thanks.
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Maybe you can find some help here:

http://www.apple.com/support/garageb...sts/recording/

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Thanks for the link that was informative.

If i'm doing an interview with someone over the phone, is there anything that i need to help the sound quality. Obviously you're going to be able to tell it's a phone interview but i thought maybe i could do something to make it sound better. Thanks.
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Thanks for the link that was informative.

If i'm doing an interview with someone over the phone, is there anything that i need to help the sound quality. Obviously you're going to be able to tell it's a phone interview but i thought maybe i could do something to make it sound better. Thanks.
I think (but dont quote me) you can do the phone interview over skype and use another app (cant remember the name) to allow you to record the conversation. That I imagine would be a better/cleaner recording that recording direct from a phone conversation.
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