...Which perfectly leads me into the subject of this thread. Your home studio. When I first presented on internet radio back in 2004, I had nothing, and then I built myself a studio. Double my life later, things have changed a little and I'm back to square one, having presented my first show in 10 years again yesterday. The joy of Reach OnAir is you do not need to have a professional setup, you can of course, but it's not required.Reach OnAir founded in 2008, BitCoin started in 2009 (suspicious! ). BitCoin is a decentralised way of creating value/money. ReachOnAir is a decentralised way of doing Radio. With Bitcoin people from their own homes can mine/generate new coins and money. With Reach OnAir anyone, from their own home, can entertain and broadcast a show... All you need for both is an internet connection...
So to help newbies and oldies alike when thinking "Should I present on Reach OnAir?", let me show you how I, a management member, presented my first show in 10 years!
Music I want to play
iTunes as play-out software
The presenting skills of the shows are of course up for debate, but despite not having an external microphone and mixer, the blankets dampened the echo of the room... So I'd love to see your set up, however big or small, and remember whenever you hear my show, for now at least, i'll likely be sitting under a toddlers blanket...
OK i've set a standard, let me see yours (please)!