Behind the Podcast with Abby Glassenberg and Sandi Hazlewood

Podcast Episode #19: Behind the Podcast with Abby Glassenberg

Behind the Podcast with Abby Glassenberg and Sandi Hazlewood

We began the “Behind the Podcast” collaboration with Abby Glassenberg of While She Naps with Abby talking about the importance of podcasting as a listener and producer (post here) and learning how to subscribe to a podcast on either iTunes or Stitcher here. To continue the discussion, Abby and I interviewed each other about the inspiration for our podcasts along with what we do before, during and after we record our podcasts.

After re-listening to our recording, I can not believe I forgot to mention one of the very best benefits of having a podcast. As a result of my episodes relating to the diversity of the sewing and quilting world, I have been asked to moderate a panel on the subject at Quilt Con West! I am excited to continue this discussion with modern quilters from around the world.

For Abby’s notes on our discussion and resources for people interested in producing their own podcasts, please see this post.

To listen to the podcast, you can click on the graphic at the beginning of this post, hit play on the player below, download and save the episode with the link or subscribe to all of my podcast episodes via iTunes or Stitcher.

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Show Notes

Abby took her Garage Band classes through Lynda.com.

I started editing my podcasts initially with Audacity and eventually moved to Ableton.

My theme music for the podcast comes from the song “She’s Crafty” by the Beastie Boys. (I am definitely NOT the type of crafty they are singing about but it’s a great song! :))

Podcasts mentioned in the show include
Compulsory
Long Form
Mortified
Startup
Reply All
After the Jump
Elise Gets Crafty
the Tim Ferris Show
Craft Sanity
Crafty Pod

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  2. Love your podcast – just found you through Abby’s podcast – been listening all weekend. As a city planner, you might be interested in the Art Hive movement started in Montreal – http://www.arthives.org/ an interview with Janis Timm-Bottos would be amazing! I’m on the Art Hive Network – Art Space Essex.

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      Jodie, thank you for listening and sharing about the art hives! I love the concept and am spending time on their website now. 🙂

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