Feedback/One Shot Topic
Hear a topic on All Us Geeks that you would like to comment on? Maybe you want you give your opinion on a game? The best way is by recording an audio file. Record an MP3 or .WAV file and do any editing you feel is necessary.
Once you’ve recorded an audio file we’ll need to get a copy. Audio files get large fast and many email providers put caps on attachment sizes. One way we get around this is by using Google Drive. Most of our collaboration happens in Google Docs so its an easy way for us to grab a file you want to share. You can also FTP it to your personal website, if you have one. Either way, we need somewhere to get the file you want to share with us. Once you have a storage spot for the file, use our Contact Form and select Audio Recording as the Subject. In the body, give us the link to the file and the topic of the audio.
If you want to just add a short comment on a subject, you can also leave us a voicemail via Skype or call us at 1-952-236-GEEK (1-952-236-4335) and leave a voicemail.
We’d love to hear from our listeners and hopefully get you on the podcast as well.
*By submitting a voice recording you agree to grant All Us Geeks unrestricted use of the recording.
If you’d like to join us while recording, either in person or online, we’d love to hear from you. You can join us for the entire recording session or for a particular segment. This includes interviews for game designers and other geeks that have turned their passion into something cool that needs to be shared.
If you’re going to be joining us online, you will need the following: Microphone, Headphones, and Skype.
Microphone: The worst thing you can rely on is a built-in microphone on a laptop. Preferably you have an actual microphone that plugs in to your desktop or laptop. Even inexpensive microphones can produce decent quality if you take the time to work on good microphone techniques.
Headphones: You need these to avoid unnecessary loopback. It’s also not a bad idea to hear yourself this way so you can make adjustments as needed.
Skype: This is how we typically conduct interviews or include guest hosts in a different location than All Us Geeks.