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    Smile I would like to have my station rated

    I have a thread already out, but I have I fixed my sound up since the last time I posted, so Can i have some opinions on my station, I am live most hours, if I am not on you can see a replay of my sound andmy djs sounds on my page. So Tell me what ya think.


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    Broadcasting Duo is one of the fastest growing and rapidly expanding Broadcasting websites. Check us out: https://www.broadcastingduo.com/

    Also be sure to check out BG Radio Network, we have a new website, new djs and new jingles. Check out BG Radio Network (BGRN): https://sitemaker44.wixsite.com/bgradionetwork

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    Brandon the sound sounds great but for one thing, one channel is louder than the other. Sounds and looks on your mixer that you are running in mono. For me the left side is not as loud as the right. You didnt talk while I was watching so I can comment on your mic.

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    I checked the page at the stickam link and I had some major buffers on the sound
    It can be interesting to provide the direct IP Port to rate the stream
    Visit and listen @ BW !



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    Well Thanks so far guys, @johnny, I do not own a mixer, and I am using stereo sounds now, I use a program that allows me to stream stereo and makes the video and audio sound good. As for Gik, thats just the site I stream on I dont got a direct ip to give you but I do havea website,, but I am strighten a few loading problems out with it right now... .I am open to suggestions, and willing for more feedback and crictism
    Broadcasting Duo is one of the fastest growing and rapidly expanding Broadcasting websites. Check us out: https://www.broadcastingduo.com/

    Also be sure to check out BG Radio Network, we have a new website, new djs and new jingles. Check out BG Radio Network (BGRN): https://sitemaker44.wixsite.com/bgradionetwork

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    It sounds alright. I wasn't allowed in the chat because of age restrictions, but thats a good thing . I have been known to tell kids about the great broadcasting equipment I have in my black, tinted windowed, broken down Van in the park.

    The pages PHP was a little heavy. Cause some feet dragging on my flash when I hit the site.

    What programs are you using to stream, and what are you using to record audio (the source being pushed out to the encoder)
    KNSJ.org / 89.1 FM San Diego

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    I will tell you one thing Brandon, I tuned in this morning at 3:30. Officially in your fanclub. The rotating landscape cameras intigrated into flash via NSV? Ingenious. Good move, and trust me, I am holding back from telling you how cool this is. FIRST THING I saw was the "Welcome to Vegas" sign with people huddling around it. I thought to myself,"This is really cool. I just got took to school, why didn't I ever think of this"
    KNSJ.org / 89.1 FM San Diego

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    LOL. DJ chipper needs to pull back from the mic a little. Your using a headset, with the gain all the way pulled up. I would turn it down, as I can hear him breath heavy. W...T.... DJ Chipper. Slap that guy.
    KNSJ.org / 89.1 FM San Diego

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    Brandon ... the guy with the R.A.D.I.O virus

    About you're quote :
    Well Thanks so far guys, @johnny, I do not own a mixer
    You can buy already a simple Behringer mixer starting from 50 Euro ... about 63 US Dollar
    I have watched this vid http://www.stickam.com/viewMedia.do?mId=193468664
    check at this website some mics http://www.mxlmics.com/microphones/studio/
    I'm almost sure there has to be one who fix with your budget (if you don't choose for a NT1A of RODE)
    Visit and listen @ BW !



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    You can get them for cheaper. If you have a music mac, your asking for "return or used" mixers. Got to say it like that. They have small mixers there, brand new out the box, that would run you 40-45 buck (xenyx series) cheaper than mackies usually. I got my Behringer 1204USB for 100 (plus I paid 20 for return) If someone has returned a Xynex 802, your looking maybe 30-40 bucks. If I remember right, you said you were 12 right? Probably buying off of paypal isnt an option, and I dont know what your "intake" is on cash flow.
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    As far as mics, mixers, ect goes as well.

    Radio shack. You can find mid qualityu gear on the cheap as well. In my video tutorials, half my gear is from radio shack. My mic boon ran me $20 there. I still use my radio shack mic. I still use the stands, headsets, and buy all my adaptors from there as well.

    Just a thought for doing it on the low budget. I might have to redo my original "TIN CAN BROADCASTER" tutorial. an entire studio setup for under $100.
    KNSJ.org / 89.1 FM San Diego

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