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 (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 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.