This week, there will be no Penguin Producer Podcast.
Now, it’s not going anywhere, and more will be coming. Over the course of the last 6 weeks, Ryan and I have worked to figure out just what we will present, and how we will present it. Over the time, I’ve worked on learning the audio angle to gain enough experience to take it to the next step. And we will need to take this to the next step.
I am not, strictly speaking, an advocate. I don’t really want to tell you what is available on the Linux platform, I want to go further, instead showing you how to do it. Of course, this means I have to learn how those things are done in general before I can adapt them to the Penguin Producer Process. It’s slow going, but I’m working hard to learn as much as possible… as long as I don’t get bogged down in Minecraft. :-/
What is the next step?
In any tutorial process, there will need to be visual aids; you need to know what’s happening, but it goes a lot further for you to see what’s happening. That’s what separates the telling from the explaining, and what separates the hearing from the learning.
I’ve covered audio for the most part, and gave graphics a nice showing, but now it’s time to hit the big guns. Video needs to be broached, and when I come back, the Penguin Producer Podcast will be the video tutorial series I’ve been wanting it to be for a while now. Audio podcasts will still be released from time to time, although they will be for announcements and discussions, perhaps even interviews.
So, thanks for listening, and please bear with us as we turn “listening” into “watching.”