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Kutaki Podcast Episode #6

Synopsis:

* Intro and announcement of podcast name
* Interview with Nodakko (Mike Loonam) - Part I of III
* Japan News Highlights
* Mention of new podcast button on Kutaki site

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You can subscribe to Kutaki no Ha (九滝の波) by dragging the podcast icon at the top right of this post into iTunes (and probably most other podcast software).

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Posted on: 2005/10/11 18:01
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Downloading....
But I'm impressed that you do this.
I was hoping in the beginning of you casting, that you would have one new podcast per month or so...
... but this is just... great...

Posted on: 2005/10/12 1:07
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Originally I planned to do one every 2 weeks or once a month, and I'll probably shift to that schedule once I'm able to produce longer podcasts. Currently, because the podcasts are only 16 or 17 minutes in length the interviews make up most of the content, and so it doesn't take much before the time is gone and the episode is ready for release. If the episodes get up to even 30 minutes in length, there will be a big difference in the time it takes to produce one, and so there will be longer interludes before episode releases.

Glad people are enjoying them so far! I'm still learning how to do this, so there are sometimes little glitches (like the huge volume variations in #4, for example), but hopefully they are decent to listen to overall. Thanks again for all of the feedback.

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Shawn,

Great work on all the podcasts. I have really enjoyed the interviews.

I just wanted to add that the podcast can be played by any MP3 software by adding the links to the "open file" window of your favorite player. The following are the links for the different episodes

http://www.kutaki.org/podcasts/download.php?episode=1
http://www.kutaki.org/podcasts/download.php?episode=2
http://www.kutaki.org/podcasts/download.php?episode=3
http://www.kutaki.org/podcasts/download.php?episode=4
http://www.kutaki.org/podcasts/download.php?episode=5



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Quote:
kouryuu explained:
Currently, because the podcasts are only 16 or 17 minutes in length the interviews make up most of the content, and so it doesn't take much before the time is gone and the episode is ready for release.


For me this shorter "snack sized" is muy bien! That kind of "timagap" is more easily available - and the continuity might be better as they keep coming out more frequently...

Arigatô!

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For me this shorter "snack sized" is muy bien! That kind of "timagap" is more easily available - and the continuity might be better as they keep coming out more frequently...


I must agree with Ari...
Those 16 min episodes are perfekt to listen on my mp3-player when going down town.

Posted on: 2005/10/12 19:23
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