*A Quick Update*
Long time no see :) I just wanted to say sorry to everyone here for not being able to produce any fancasts recently. As some of you know I moved back home (and as a result five hours from most of my recording/editing equipment used for the fancast) and so finding time/a regular routine has been a work in process.
So at the moment I have little time to even watch a game, yet alone record a fancast and I don't want to be publishing them unless im 100% focussed and committed.
I'm hopeful that one day (this season!) I'll be able to get the show back on the air but for now all I can do is say sorry and thanks for the support and the patience.
With all that being said I think if you listened to most of the published podcasts so far and just changed a few names it would relate to our form recently ;)
Hope everyone is well and go D-Backs!
For those who don't know I've been producing a weekly Diamondbacks podcast called D-Backs Fancast for the last three weeks now.
Thanks to everyone who has listened to the D-Backs fancast so far and to Jim for posting it here on the 'pit and moreso for being my star guest every week ;)
I'm looking at ways to try and make the podcast more interactive and involve as many fans as possible.
At the start of each show I give a quick recap on how the D-Backs have got on over the past seven days, which usually means a lot of my voice which can get a little bit dull.
'Charmer came up with the idea of having a guest 'recapper' every week who could put their own spin and take on the results.
So, if anybody has audio recording equipment, and by that I mean a computer mic! and basic editing software (by basic I mean anything that can get audio into MP3 or WAV format) and fancies giving it a go then I'd love to get you involved!
Similarly anybody who has any suggestions or thoughts about features they'd like to have included please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Thanks again for all the support and go D-Backs!