Mountlake Terrace, WA (January 5, 2006)–The Symetrix 528E Voice Processor has long been a staple in radio and television, and is quickly finding favor among the new generation of online broadcasters. Podcasters wanting to optimize their microphone tone to their voices are quickly discovering the power and flexibility the 528E gives them.
Mark “Jensen” Titterington of PodSqod can be reached at www.podsqod.com.The 528E offers a complete palette of processing tools including a high-quality microphone preamp, phantom power, de-esser, downward expander, compressor, three-band parametric equalizer, and Voice Symmetry filter. The rear panel offers patch points in the signal path that allow users to change the order of the processing stages, or insert outboard effects, giving podcast producers an incredible amount of flexibility over their sound.
Tips and how-to guides for podcasting are appearing in trade publications and online to help novice and experienced users alike improve their podcast productions. Sites like Mark “Jensen” Titteringtons’s www.podsqod.com are partnering with manufacturers, such as Heil Pro, to bring knowledge, advice, and equipment reviews to people who want to use their personal studio resources to reach a wider audience. Jensen said, “With podcasting, overnight the rules have changed. Now, anyone with a mic and a computer can become a broadcaster, and people are listening.” He is using his site to help people understand the options and become better at podcasting.
Dan Gallagher, Symetrix executive vice president of sales and marketing noted, “This technology really empowers anyone to use the web to distribute information about technology, leisure activities, really any topic of interest. Symetrix has years of experience in making microphones sound better and is a perfect fit for this new venture.”
For more information about the 528E and the complete line of Symetrix and AirTools processors for broadcast and podcasting please call 425-778-7728 or refer to the website at www.symetrixaudio.com.