ePodcast Producer - Giving the World a Voice

News & Views from the people who make ePodcast Producer & ePodcast Creator - the first fully integrated products specifically designed for creating, editing, and uploading podcasts.

Tuesday, April 05, 2005

ePodcast Producer Online Tutorial: Podcasting Just Got Easier

Seattle, WA-USA March 31, 2005:

FTP, RSS, bit samples, client aggregators-until now, the revolutionary world of podcasting with its geekspeak has seemed far too intimidating for many. But not anymore. Industrial Audio Software (http://www.industrialaudiosoftware.com/) today announced the introduction of their new online tutorial for ePodcast Producer-the world's first completely integrated software package. In just six easy-to-follow steps, the online tutorial explains precisely and in language plain enough for a beginner to understand how to create your very first podcast.

While written with enough technical information that any hardcore engineering aficionado will appreciate the process, the tutorial has been designed to guide the most anxious newcomer through all the necessary steps. Anyone can set up, choose music and sound effects, record, play back, edit, and finally upload an original podcast, making it available for all the world to enjoy.

Along with ePodcast Producer, this new online tutorial is further evidence that IAS is committed to their goal of "Giving the World a Voice." ePodcast Producer was designed to make podcasting affordable and accessible for anyone with a PC and has been successful in achieving that objective. Boise Weekly says that "If you crave the single interface and technical superiority of an ePodcast Producer, visit http://www.industrialaudiosoftware.com/...."

IAS believes podcasting to be historical in its implications as a way of giving individuals and small groups a never-before-imagined forum. To that end, they are currently making available a free trial download of ePodcast Producer, their online tutorial, and a one minute podcast upload, all absolutely free. They are also involved in programs designed to bring podcasting and its limitless opportunities into the classroom, to the hobbyist, independent musicians, family historians, and businesses large and small.

Industrial Audio Software has made it their goal to show anyone who's interested just how easy it is to begin podcasting today. With ePodcast Producer, their new online tutorial, and numerous free trial offers, IAS invites you to step up, speak out, and start being heard.

About Industrial Audio Software:

Industrial Audio Software is a subsidiary of Singing Electrons, Inc. (http://www.singingelectrons.com/). Since 1984 Singing Electrons, Inc. has been a world leader in developing device drivers, applications, and firmware for AT&T, Disney, Dolby Labs, Lucasfilm, Motorola, NASA, Philips, QSound Labs, Samsung, Yahoo!, and many other large and small companies.

From the space shuttle Atlantis to professional sound recording studios, from medical centers to hard-core computer game enthusiasts, Singing Electrons, Inc., has built a reputation for quality, reliability, and on-time, on-budget delivery of critical software, firmware, and hardware components.

For: Industrial Audio Software, POB 189, Lopez, WA 98261
Further information: Tom Jeffries, 360-468-2108,
[email protected]
ePodcast Producer:
ePodcast Producer Tutorial: http://www.industrialaudiosoftware.com/howto/intro_setting.html
IAS News Feed: http://www.industrialaudiosoftware.com/atom.xml

ePodcast Producer version 1.0.16 released - March 17, 2005

ePodcast Producer version 1.0.16 released on March 17,2005 has many changes and bug fixes over the previous version.

The major change is that now the Trial version allows saving and uploading to a FTP site a 1 minute length Podcast for the 14 days Trial Period.

Bug fixes and Changes


1. The Trial version now saves and uploads up to 1 minute length of audio within the 14 days Trial period.
2. Activation implemented in iPP Trial version 1.0.16
3. Colors setting changes implemented in ePPRecorder. (View/Set Color)

Bug fixes:

1. The size of the exe's have been lowered. This is because most of the images have been changed to JPEGs from BMPs. Now Installation is of fairly Low size
2. "Edit the Mixed track" is not implemented in the ePodcast Producer.(Now Implemented)
3. In the "Wizard", when I set the button text I don't see the text I just typed in.( Now button captions are shown )
4. There is no way to stop a sound from the sound effects set! ( Now Pressing Esc key stops them )
5. The balloon for the mix slider is wrong. Now it is showing "Fader"
The legends for the mix slider are wrong- +/- 20dB is very confusing. ( Removed. Fader label added )
6. The Load segment is changed to "Locate Audio"
7. Save Voice Track and Save Music Track buttons were only saving music track
8. The tempo of audio segments changed on multiple format conversions
9. Check for not choosing more than 12 files in wizard.
10. While playing back the performance, the cursor in the Voice track and in the Music track are not synchronized.
11. In the "Set Button text" page, if I write some text in the "Button text", but no track is selected in the List box in the left, the "Assign" button is enabled but not doing anything neither it is showing any message.
12. ePP showing "List Index out of bounds" error message.
13. The ePodcast Producer display is not proper initially when a Proactive dialog box appears on it and after that when I am going through the Podcast wizard. The buttons controls are not displayed properly.
14. "Mix down to new file" is confusing, especially with the "Save Music Track" and "Save Voice Track" buttons.
15. The text on the button "edit mixed down" is wrong.
Note: Changed to "Edit Mixed Track"
16. Typo on the first dialog box that appear on the ePP.
17. If you click on File->New the wizard opens in the set button text dialog rather than the dialog for selecting files.
18. When trying to change the format, ePP showing message
"Error: Could not open input wave file. Please close other applications and try again. Error code 452"
19. Saved file is opened in the ePPEditor, but saving it as podcast ipp is showing message "No audio file is there for saving as a podcast"

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