ePodcast Producer Adds VoIP Recorder
(Seattle, WA June 7, 2006) VoIP? Skype? Whatever it's called, the use of internet
connections to make phone calls is increasing by thousands of calls an hour. These
connections are often less expensive than land lines and many internet phone calls are
free, thus boosting their appeal. By merging Voice over Internet Protocol with podcasting,
Industrial Audio Software's ePodcast Producer has created a new and powerful tool for
today's communication technology.
The addition of VoIP Recorder is a natural progression for ePodcast Producer, IAS's
premium podcasting software. Since its introduction in March 2005, ePodcast Producer
has grown to meet the needs of a rapidly widening circle of podcasters. IAS has again
shown that it remains dedicated to its objective of offering integrated podcasting
solutions which stay ahead of emerging technology's breakneck rush.
Podcasting, an inexpensive way of recording and publishing sound files to the internet,
also allows businesses and advertisers to get excellent results for less money in less time.
Because its equipment needs are minimal, podcasting appeals to a wide range of people with a
wide range of messages. Now, VoIP Recorder makes the process even easier by allowing users
to record both sides of any Skype conversation. This makes interviewing distant personalities
as easy as clicking the mouse and recording then saving a file. Once recorded, Skype
conversations can be edited within ePodcast Producer for inclusion in podcasts.
In addition, this latest version of ePodcast Producer sports a new, more user-friendly
interface. Music and voice tracks now have their own separate trim sliders for more
accurate mixing control. Industrial Audio Software has redesigned ePodcast Producer to allow
for easier insertion of any audio file, including those made using portable digital recorders.
Most important, it now features ePodcast Express for streamlining the entire uploading process,
including the creation of RSS feeds, and complete, in-program tagging for iTunes popular
Company CEO, Tom Jeffries, said recently in an interview with PodcastTools.com's Paul
Colligan, that: "Our goal has always been to make podcasting as quick and easy as possible.
At the same time, we want to accommodate as many different personal styles as there are
podcasters." By remaining open to the needs presented by these different personal styles,
Industrial Audio Software is making certain that ePodcast Producer continues to remain the
best way available of "Giving the World a Voice."
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 a host of other companies.