Archive for December, 2005

Do your recordings have one person sounding louder than another. You can use an audio editing program to fix this, but it takes a lot of time.

Here’s a great tip from Joan Stewart, the Publicity Hound

“I have found an interesting way around this problem and I wish I had thought of this before. I simply use your free teleconference line
for the call and I record it. I also record it in SoundForge as a back up. When I’m done, I call the conference line for the playback, create a new file in SoundForge and basically record the recording, then do any final editing in Soundforge. That makes puts both our voices at the same level. I did this for my mentee teleseminars and it worked beautifully.”

Joan is referring to Totally Free Conference
which I endorse. You can set up your account and get 24×7 access to 100 lines at absolutely no cost to you. You can also record your sesssions on a telephone replay line at no cost. You can even let your clients call in on a special replay number so they can hear the recording at no additonal cost to you. Of course, if you charge them for access to that number, you’ll make money!

FYI, you’ll need a way to get the audio from the phone into your computer. You can buy one at Radio Shack for about $25. There are lots of free or very low-cost software editing programs at http://www.download.com that will save your recording to your computer.

Dan Janal
Founder, Great Teleseminars Audio Production Studios
www.GreatTeleseminars.com
952-380-1554

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Let’s face it.

Now matter when you hold your teleseminars, some people will not be able to attend.

It is a bad time.

They’re kids get sick at the last minute.

They’re stuck in traffic.

Their boss gives them a last minute task.

Now there’s a way for those people to listen to your teleseminars after the teleseminar is over.

You can record your calls to a telephone replay line. Your clients can call a special telephone number to listen to the call whenever they want to.

The service is free and is part of the teleseminar phone company I recommend:


http://www.myfreeteleconference.com/promo/
Click here to get your free account

When you sign up, you’ll see the instructions, but I can assure you, it is very easy to record the calls — you must select an option on a menu. You don’t have to know anything about recording or microphones or software. After you tell the system to record your session, you conduct your teleseminar just as you normally would. When it is over, you’ll have a special telephone number to send to your clients and let them know how to dial in.

They can call at 2 in the morning, or whenever, and they’ll hear the complete call.

If more than one person calls in at the same time, they’ll all hear the recording from the beginning. In other words, any number of people can listen in and hear the recording as if it were being produced just for them!

The quality of the call is very good. And it doesn’t cost you a cent. So try it today!

http://www.myfreeteleconference.com/promo/

Click here to get your free account

Dan Janal
Great Teleseminars Audio Production Company
http://www.greatteleseminars.com

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