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About corelogik

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  1. corelogik

    Favorite Mac ever made.

    I have to say that i'm partial to my iMac G5's, both of 'em. I also like the sunflower iMac ALOT,... but the one that I have a "soft" spot for is the G3. A G3 Indigo was my first Mac, I still have it, it still works, and I love it.
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    I personally subscribe to 13 different podcasts, not including the 2 I'm about to start doing,... I listen to the Maccast everytime they are released. I usually fall asleep listening to TWiT, Leo's KFI show or Adam,... not that they are boring at all, but that's about the only time I have to listen to them, it's conveinient.
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    x or 10?

    I just call it X, no OS, no 10, I just like the way it sounds. Besides the look of the little lost Windows users saying "you use what?", is precious.
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    How did you find Maccast or its forum?

    I found it through iTunes. I don't recall what the first episode I heard was, but I have been subscribed and listening for a while now,...
  5. I am new to podcasting. I enjoy Adam's show and am using his gear as a model for my own. I am planning to buy a new set of gear on monday and I need some advice on microphones. What are the pro's vs. con's of Dynamic vs. Condenser. I also have a question about mixers. My podcast will be about 50/50 split with another "host" ie,. half the time there will be 2 of us the rest of the time it will be just me. I notice that the UB802 has 2 XLR inputs and was wondering about additional microphone connections. Occasionally I may need a 3rd or even fourth mic, as we plan to do some interviews from time to time,... for example if I use a couple of adapters to plug additional mic's into the 1/4" jacks will the quality be less or the same etc,... I would also like to know if using 2 (or more) mic's on the mixer run through a griffin iMic will show up as seperate voice tracks in GB3,... If I can think of anything else I need to know, I'll post back. I would also appreciate any suggestions anyone may have. Thanx in advance.