Q: How do I get in touch with you?
A: The best way to get in touch with us is send an email. Both of us check this account:
Q: How do I submit questions/opinion for the Podcast?
A: You can either:
- Leave written questions on email, or
- Record your question using Windows Voice Recorder (or whatever you have available) and send them via email. Please keep file size to a minimum: suitable for email. We will possibly use your recording on the cast, so take the time to prepare your questions/thoughts and read them out clearly, or
- The best and easiest way will be to download skype (free VoIP software), add 'Ashlann' and leave your question as a voice message.You won't have to worry about recording & emailing yourself! Please make sure you leave your name for us in the recording, too.
To leave me a voice message, click here:
Leave Ashlann a voice message
Q: When and How are Podcasts recorded & produced?
A: The podcast is recorded using Pamela
(VoIP software). Recordings are then edited using Adobe Audition
We record fortnightly (currenlty every second Thursday). Check the forum to see the recording date of the latest episode to see when we next go to work.
Q: Can I get involved in the discussion?
A: If you have a burning topic you would like to discuss 'on air' with us, we would certainly welcome your interest! Please send us an email and let us know what you would like to discuss, and when you would be available to join us. You must
have Skype installed to join the podcast - this is a free download from skype.com
and it's very simple to set up.
Q: Who does all the music? Will you use mine?
A: To date, I have composed/recorded all music (guitar) up to episode 8. TOG member Fox composed & recorded music used in episodes 9, 10 and 11 (thank you!)
Guitar used in episode 13, first break is written by Phil Keaggy
. Arranged and performed by Ashlann.
Yes, we would use your music!
If you are a musician and would like to hear your music used on the cast, let us know! We only require about 2 minutes of audio in each cast. You must be able to record/produce your audio yourself; we can't help with that.