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The MISEScreants time off.

October 10, 2005 by

I’d like to apologize for the lack of new episode this past week, but I wanted to let everyone know there was due cause and this is not a representative sign of some terrible cancelation or anything of the sort. The reasons for the pause are as follows:
1. Being mid semster, many of the GMU classes and students are busy preparing for midterms. In addition to this being time consuming for Dan and Adam it has also marked a decline in seminar material to share via the podcast.
2. This past weekend was the Mises Institute Supporter summit, and we did not want to take any attention away from that event, which it just so happened Adam attended which made his participation in weeks episode more difficult.
3. And finally and possibly most influentially Dan is having a slight computer problem and has had to back order an AC adapter from e-machines manufacturer. All the more reason he is planning on switching to MAC. If anyone knows of a good audio editing program, with free download access comprable to Adobe Audition on MAC please let us know.

Thanks for listening and we will have a new episode out as soon as humanly possible.

{ 3 comments }

W Baker October 10, 2005 at 10:53 am

If you’re coming over to a computing platform which elegantly works everytime, i.e. Macintosh, you could get by with the built in GarageBand programme for editing audio. If you want a professional program, try http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/AppleStore.woa/71401/wo/OP7D2rSTyiuV2k68t721JunxM4Q/1.0.15.1.0.8.25.7.11.9.3 or the academic version (which probably has fewer templates built in for $100 less) http://store.apple.com/1-800-780-5009/WebObjects/EducationIndividual.woa/70601/wo/TXvera9Zv0pY2KpTE8f1b7jt819/8.0.15.1.0.8.25.7.11.1.3.

J.S. McGraw October 10, 2005 at 3:48 pm

Alternatively, you could just buy a good used PC (Honestly, e-machines is the bottom of the barrel of PC manufacturers. I’ve never heard anyone have anything good to say about them.) on the cheap so you can run the free Kristal Audio Engine. (Of course, I’m a cheapskate who bought his current PC for seventy-five bucks at the aforelinked store.) After recording and mixdown, you can then touch things up with Audacity.

Pete Canning October 10, 2005 at 5:18 pm

Audacity works on macs too. From my experience, PCs always break / get filled to the brim with spyware.

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