Bunker Show 80 – Podcasting with the Mighty Quin

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This week on the Bunker Project we talk with The Mighty Quin

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Bunker Project Episode 80:

Podcasting with The Mighty Quin

Marcel Lapointe checks in and gives us an update on his Movie Yearbook project. Going to a Movie and doing a blog post review every day of the year! That is 366 movies for this year.
He is 74 days into the Movie Yearbook and is feeling a little burnt out but he is plugging away. He loves seeing movies and will continue with his quest to see 366 movies this year. The best movie yet is Hugo, The Artist and A Separation. Three way tie.


Quin talks about his unique method of recording podcasts.
He uses a firewire connection exclusively. He gets great sound and says the only downside is the system is expensive.

He uses Apple Logic software to record his shows.
He uses Apogee (firewire interface) to connect his Microphones.
- Quin explains the pros and cons of using this type of setup.

Topics covered:

  • building a community
  • podcasting in a live environment
  • podcast hardware and software
  • cost of equipment – apogee duet and ensemble
  • tangents about random military stuff
  • St. Bernards ???
  • Video recording software – vidblaster / wirecast

James gives us an update about the latest in the gaming industry.

Interesting and very long question for the Gaming Dudes…
And a long conversation follows.

We talk with Quin about how he interviewed the producers of the movie Act Of Valor.

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The underground Bunker Project is a meetup focused on Social Media, Internet Marketing, New Media and Podcasting. Set in the Bunker at the Barklay Hotel on Robson St. in Vancouver, The Bunker Project will appeal to those looking for cutting edge social marketing and new media information and to those who just want to socialize over a beer and exchange thoughts and ideas about social media.

Members will have the opportunity to participate in the Bunker Project Podcast which is recorded live at every meetup.

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About Andrew McGivern

Andrew McGivern is a podcaster, new media producer and social media marketer. He has a strong passion for podcasting, new media, social marketing, the natural health industry, green energy and technology. Andrew has an optimistic view of the future, believing that technological change has the potential to solve all human problems. Technology is a double edged sword. It can be used to save us or to destroy us. We get to choose. Personal interests include hiking, reading, camping, technology, social media marketing, podcasting, blogging, website design, networking, green energy, travel, community events and entrepreneurship. Andrew earned a diploma in Business Administration and Commerce at Douglas college and completed a Bachelors Degree in Economics at Simon Fraser University. With a keen interest in technology, Andrew has pursued a long term career in the wireless communications industry at TAC Mobility,Western Canada’s largest TELUS Mobility dealership. In 2006, Andrew co-founded Omira Health Centers Inc., a natural therapies clinic in North Vancouver. Omira Health Centers was an alternative health centre focusing on prevention and collaborative care for people pursuing wellness and dealing with chronic illness. Omira Health Centers promoted naturopathic medicine, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, orthomolecular medicine, traditional chinese medicine, massage therapy and natural alternatives to allopathic treatments. Omira Health Centers ceased operations in 2008 but Andrew continues to be active in the natural health field. Co Host of the popular, Health Empowerment News, Andrew and Croft Woodruff chat about Natural Health News and Health Freedom. In the summer of 2010 Andrew started a new podcast with Bob Garlick called The Bunker Project. Every second Wednesday the members of The Bunker Project Meetup Group get together to talk about Social Media, Podcasting and Technology over a beer in a local pub. The conversations are recorded and published on iTunes, Zune, Blackberry Podcasts and more. All Andrew's podcasts can be found at www.podcasthero.com
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