I set up the Yes Music Podcast after taking part in Dave Jackson’s ‘Free Podcast Bootcamp’. Dave runs www.schoolofpodcasting.com and was kind enough to interview me recently about the Yes Music Podcast and how I had approached finding you – i.e. the audience.
It’s an easy question to answer. By far the best thing about starting the podcast is being able to connect with the people who have been kind enough to listen and comment.
It’s been an amazing experience to confirm to myself that there are people out there who, like me, are fascinated by the music of Yes – and who are prepared to listen to me talking about my passion for the music.
I have received a remarkable number of comments via the website, email and Twitter, considering I’ve only recorded one episode so far!
So I’d like to say, “Thank you,” to everyone – you know who you are – you’re the best. Keep listening and I hope someone will be brave enough to record a message on the answerphone (details on the right) so I can play it on the show at some point. Go on – you know you want to hear yourself on the podcast!
I have been set a challenge by @HerbertBebetow on Twitter. He wonders if I can make transcripts of the Yes Music Podcast episodes available.
A bit of a tall order?
Certainly, I can’t sit and type out the episodes – I just haven’t got time – but my wife has a copy of Dragon Naturally Speaking so I’m going to see how it copes with the mp3s of the episodes. Watch this space for progress…
It would be very nice if this works, particularly as it would be great to have a text copy of the whole exploration – might make it into a book 😉 Well, at least a pdf…