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The Best Podcasts for Photography Lovers & Creatives

Photography is an art form, a thoughtful process, and way to focus your creative energy as well as preserve memories. Though it may seem counterintuitive at first to listen to a podcast on such a visual subject, photography podcasts are an amazing outlet for budding (and more seasoned) photographers to learn and develop their craft, as well as keep up with new photo trends.

As lovers of both, we put together a shortlist of our favorite photography podcasts — you can record and save them all using Replay Radio, and listen to them anywhere on-the-go, armed with your best photography gear.

1. Photography Tips from the Top Floor

If you’re into relaxed, casual conversations, this is the photography podcast for you. Photography Tips from the Top Floor is hosted by instructor/photography expert Chris Marquardt and follows a pattern of answering listener questions, talking about events, and offering up helpful tips in an easy-to-digest format — it’s a must-listen for beginners and pros alike.

2. The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame is a weekly podcast hosted by photographer, former technical engineer for Nikon, and associate editor for an array of photography magazines – Ibarionex Perello. The podcast is dedicated to conversing with world renowned photographers and learning more from there techniques.

3. Martin Bailey Photography Podcast

Tokyo-based photographer Martin Bailey delivers a podcast that’s equal parts informative and inspirational. In the Martin Bailey Photography Podcast, you’ll discover new photo-capturing techniques, the best gear for your buck, and even answers to some of the questions you’ve always wondered about photography.

4. The Digital Story

The Digital Story delivers a fresh, tech-meets-photography podcast every week, so there’s always something new to listen to. Covering topics from general tips, to reviews, to insights and in-depth experiences, host Derrick Story provides an experienced perspective to the photography podcast world.

5. Thoughts on Photography

Thoughts on Photography shared some of the most timely stories, trends and thoughts surrounding the photography industry, as well as what photography means to society as a whole. Though it’s not being updated with new episodes anymore, host Brian McGuckin built up a generous roster of interviews with the photography experts covering a wide range of topics that are timeless.

 


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5 Amazing Podcasts for True Technophiles

 

Technology enthusiasts are always scrambling for the latest new gadgets, unique mobile apps, and ground-breaking software and hardware that can change the way we live — they’ll always be a few steps ahead of the general public when it comes to anything new and cool in the tech world. We exist in a technology-focused society, and technophiles are some of the most advanced leaders when it comes to the evolution of that digital world.

For those with the insatiable desire to grow, adapt and become more powerful and productive through the use of technology, communities of tech podcasts have sprouted up all over the internet. If you’re like us and can’t get enough of the beautiful tech of today, there are plenty of amazing podcasts and series to keep you in-the-know — you can record and archive them all with Replay Radio:

1. Future Thinkers Podcast

For those far-out technology nerds out there, Future Thinkers Podcast is recorded just for you. Based almost exclusively on discussions around philosophy and technology, and how they inevitably intersect, hosts Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova explore ideas from artificial intelligence to the potential of future societies.

2. Recode Decode

Recode launched its podcast shortly after the start of 2014. Hosted by executive editor and all-around tech news genius/journalist, Kara Swisher, the podcast has featured interviews with well-known CEOs and influential tech figures discussing what’s up-and-coming in the tech world — particularly Silicon Valley.

3. This WEEK in TECH (TWiT)

If you search for the best technology podcasts out there, TWiT is bound to be near the top of the results list. Expert Leo Laporte launched the network more than 10 years ago, making it one of the longest running, most informative weekly roundups ever. If you’re selective like us, make this your one-stop for all things tech.

4. Note to Self

Technology can affect our lives, and humanity, at just about every level. Note to Self is a weekly show that examines just how far technology could go, and serves as a reminder for everyday people to “question everything.” Host Manoush Zomorodi explores questions like “what if everything you said was recorded?”

5. 99% Invisible

“Ninety-nine percent of who you are is invisible and untouchable.” – Buckminster Fuller. The 99% Invisible podcast aims to explore (and expose) many of the often-overlooked features of technology, design and architecture. With a larger focus on design itself, it’s the perfect tech-influenced podcast for the creative at heart.

 


Get Replay Radio today to record and save all your favorite podcasts, or download the full Replay Capture Suite for even more great recording software!

Curious for more great podcast recommendations? Check ’em out on our blog.

4 Awesome Media Projects to Do with Your Replay Capture Suite

With summer quickly approaching across much of the United States, one must arm oneself with the necessary tools to start — and finish — some really fun and useful projects.

The Replay Capture Suite is the most powerful pack of media recording software available today. And with a total of 7 programs included, it has every media related tool you might need to accomplish a ton of cool and unique media-based projects this summer.

1. Expand your music collection.

Tap into popular streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora and more to create your ultimate personal library of music. With Replay Music, it’s easy to perfect your playlists, bulk up catalogs of your favorite new artists and make incredible mixes for endless listening, no matter the genre.

2. Generate amazing mashup videos.

From cute animal videos and science experiments on Vimeo, to the latest YouTube fashion and prankster sensations, and every kind of video in between — mix and match all of the best clips from online sites to create any kind of video you want with Replay Media Catcher! Make them laugh with prank compilations, think deeply about social causes or cry with tear-jerker moments.

3. Capture and watch unlimited entertainment.

If it’s available to stream, it’s available to capture for your own personal use — this makes the ever-rotating catalog of movies, shows, sports events and documentaries even more valuable to take advantage of! With Replay Video Capture, you can screen record and save all your favorites from Netflix, Hulu and more — including the NBA Playoffs online — and watch them as much as you want (even after they are removed online.)

4. Record endless audio adventures.

Podcasting is more popular these days than you’d think. With amazing shows like Serial and TED Talks, this form of media has made quite the resurgence. By scheduling, recording and archiving podcasts of any genre with Replay Radio, you’ll be sure to always have a full collection of adventures and new learnings to choose from.


You can complete all of these great projects and stock up on your favorite media using the products mentioned above — all included in the full Replay Capture Suite bundle of recording software. Ready to get started?

 

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The Best Podcasts for Children & Family Time

We’re huge fans of podcasts – there are so many different topics, styles and people spanning the space, anyone can find that perfect kind of audible entertainment!

Today’s shows can often draw images of pop culture hosts, technology enthusiasts or news anchors; styles ideal for adults. In reality, however, there’s a growing catalog of podcasts made specifically for children — and family time — that can bring the wonder of radio to kids everywhere.

Listening to kid-friendly podcasts is a great way to spend quality, engaging family time (especially away from the TV) and expand learning with new forms of media that cover a variety of topics. Below you’ll find a smattering of our absolute best finds – use the Media Guide in Replay Radio to subscribe to, schedule, record and save them all!

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1. Fergus Ferry

Based on the kids book series of the same name, Fergus Ferry is a podcast full of wonderful, enriching messages and lessons for young children — all with Dr. Seuss style rhyming that kids can’t get enough of! Following the journeys of a willful ferry boat, this podcast is as adorable and endearing as it is educational.

2. Storynory4

Planning a family road trip this coming summer vacation? Stock up ahead of time on Storynory, a wonderful podcast that combines the magical forces of children’s stories, fairy tales and professional storytellers and actors. Each story told in every episode is a true adventure that will keep younger kids and families entertained for hours!

3. Brains On!5

Kid (co-hosts) teach kids in this awesome podcast that shares a different science lesson in each and every episode. From creepy-crawling spiders to the origin of boogers, the mission to Pluto to beginner’s meteorology, the amazing folks at Brains On! cover topics that are as cool as they are informative for kids.

34. Story Time

Bedtime stories take on a whole new meaning with this podcast perfect for putting your toddler, preschooler or young child to sleep. Ideal for ages 2-12 years old, Story Time (by Bedtime FM) has amazing, engaging stories that are the best length for entertaining and relaxing small children; 20 minutes or less and they’ll be on their way to nap time!

15. The Thrilling Adventure Hour

Meant to replicate classic, old-timey radio shows, The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a throwback podcast for the modern family. With a stage, 6-piece orchestral ensemble and guest stars like Jon Hamm and Patton Oswald, this podcast is a musical, fun-filled exploration any family can enjoy. Warning: may contain some strong language.

 


Get Replay Radio today to record and save all your favorite podcasts, or download the full Replay Capture Suite for even more great recording software!

Our 5 Favorite Podcasts for Starting Fresh in the New Year

Look out world, a brand new me is ready to come alive!

The start to any new year is followed by a flurry of resolution-filled thoughts buzzing around. Whether they be inspirational (like being healthier) or a little more tactical (like flossing every morning), chances are that you’re not alone – there are people out there talking about many of the very same things you’re attempting and learning.

Podcasts exist for every facet of thought, skill or helpful tip, and we created our software to help you keep them anywhere! Here’s a selection of our favorite podcasts for starting fresh this new year that you can capture using Replay Radio.

Inspirational: The School of Greatness

Be the best you that you can be with the help of Lewis Howes and his podcast on personal development. With the goal of sharing inspirational stories of leadership, Howes shares essential life tips for gaining confidence and overcoming adversity, as well as stories from the most brilliant business minds, world class athletes and influential celebrities.

Use the Media Guide integrated in Replay Radio to subscribe to The School of Greatness.

Goal-Packed: Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod

It’s always been said that if at first you don’t succeed, try again. Achieve Your Goals, hosted by Hal Elrod, shows you how to start over setting goals and objectives, and creating successful habits, so you can live life to the fullest. From a new career to a DIY project, learn how to set attainable goals and find the steps to get there with this informative, confidence-boosting podcast.

Use the Media Guide integrated in Replay Radio to subscribe to Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod.

Skill Center: Stuff You Should Know

Learn new things in droves this new year, without ever leaving home! Brought to you by the team over at HowStuffWorks.com, Stuff You Should Know is a quirky, informative podcast hosted by writers/curious geeks Chuck Bryant and Josh Clark. The podcast explores random topics based on investigative research and personal anecdotes – Feng shui, gangs, history, you name it.

Use the Media Guide integrated in Replay Radio to subscribe to Stuff You Should Know.

Clutter-Free: Organize Mindfully

Perhaps one of the most over-used (and under-appreciated) resolutions is to get organized and de-clutter, either personally or professionally. Organize Mindfully brings organization professionals, designers and mindfulness teachers right to your ears – the podcast shares new ideas, tips & techniques so you can bring order to your hectic life.

Use the Media Guide integrated in Replay Radio to subscribe to Organize Mindfully.

Thought-Provoking: On Being

What does it mean to be a human being? Expand your mind with new ideas and concepts with On Being, hosted by Krista Tippett. “This weekly conversation grapples with the many facets of human connection and existence,” says TED Prize director Anna Verghese. “It explores value, faith and meaning.”

Use the Media Guide integrated in Replay Radio to subscribe to On Being.

Get Replay Radio today to record and save all your favorite podcasts, or download the full Replay Capture Suite for even more great recording software!

6 Recordable Podcasts to Expand Your Mind

Podcasts are this generations’ talk radio; they’re addictive, they’re everywhere, and they’re only gaining popularity as more people adopt smart technology. One of the best things about the seemingly endless supply of these digital goldmines is the amount of knowledge you can obtain just by opening your ears.

We created Replay Radio to help you keep this expansive, audible knowledge accessible anywhere. Here’s a selection of our favorite educational podcasts you can capture using Replay Radio.

Master of Memory

What good is newly obtained information if you can’t retain it? The Master of Memory podcast will teach you tactics and methods to improve your memory for the everyday, such as mnemonics and memory palaces, making it easier to absorb knowledge quickly.


Use Replay Radio to capture Master of Memory from iTunes or the website.

Philosophize This!

Best when listened to from the beginning to end, this podcast is perfect for those interested in philosophy who aren’t experts. By breaking down and explaining the ideas and people who helped to shape society today, we can all expand our minds just a little further.

Use Replay Radio to capture Philosophize This! from iTunes or Stitcher.

TED Talks

Well-known for producing audible content full of “ideas worth spreading,” NPR’s TED Talks series is all about inspiring imagination, exploring new ideas, and delving deep into the past. With intellectual speakers from all walks of life and areas of expertise, there is always something new to learn.

Use Replay Radio to capture TED Talks from iTunes or the NPR website.

The Smarter Artist

Here is a podcast all about changing the “starving artist” stereotype we’ve grown accustomed to. As entrepreneurs, the hosts of this show answer questions, offer helpful tips, and deliver insight to those creative people searching for how to make it on their own talents.

Use Replay Radio to capture The Smarter Artist from iTunes or the Sterling & Stone website.

Song Exploder

Have you ever wondered how musicians construct the perfect song? The Song Exploder podcast explores and deconstructs tracks to help you better understand the meaning behind the music. Tapping into the artists minds themselves, this show is ideal for the audiophile in all of us.

Use Replay Radio to capture Song Exploder from iTunes or the website.

The Infinite Monkey Cage

Witty beyond words. Popular physicist Brian Cox and comedian Robin Ince from BBC Radio 4 host this fun exploration of science, delving into subjects like space tourism and the apocalypse with the help of a guest panel.


Use Replay Radio to capture The Infinite Monkey Cage from iTunes or from BBC Radio 4.

Get Replay Radio today to record and save all your favorite podcasts, or download the full Replay Capture Suite for even more great recording software!

Using Applian for Archiving Podcasts

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As a format, podcasts are the black sheep, dark horse, red-headed-stepchild of the digital media space – praised, dismissed, then praised again, only to be re-dismissed as an antiquated, skeuomorphic form later on. But so long as Google Glass, Oculus and digital contact lenses remain far from mainstream useful, podcasts will continue to be produced and consumed at a rapid clip.

Here at Applian, we help you capture a lot of video-based content and do our best to tell you about the optimal product for recording media from any platform. So, without further ado, here is our essential guide to downloading podcasts with Applian products.

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Replay Radio: Get Your Podcast On!

There’s something about autumn that makes us want to cozy up to a great radio program with a cup of tea and watch the leaves change. Thankfully, you can schedule and organize all of your favorites with Replay Radio.  Here’s what we’ve been excited to get our ears on this month:

Serial: If you haven’t yet, do it. Released every Thursday, which you can schedule perfectly with Replay Radio , this weekly investigation into a old murder case is like watching a movie unfold, but for your ears. Perfectly tackled as a piece of detailed journalism, it makes Thursdays exciting.

StartUp: Another weekly podcast that revolves around the attempt of one journalist to bootstrap his podcast company. Yep, it’s meta and just the amount of nerdy that we love listening to. Everything from evaluations to billionaire meetings, it’s a great insight to the struggle of making it happen.

Car Talk: We were so sad to hear about the passing of Tom Magliozzi, the other side of Click & Clack. But thankfully you can relive the magic in the archives. Enjoy the laughter and learn something about automobiles, but mostly the laughter.

Doug Loves Movies: Funny-man Doug Benson hosts this gleeful gathering of celebrities and comedians to play the Leonard Maltin game: wherein a piece of Mr. Maltin’s movie review is given and guests must guess the film. Always turns into a hilarious (and fun) conversation.

Whatever you’re listening to this month, we’d love to know. Sound off in the comments below or over on Facebook about your favorite episodes and listens that are keeping you happy and warm this season!

 

February’s Favorite Radio Stations And Podcasts to Record with Replay Radio

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We recently launched our newest addition to the Applian family: Replay Radio. Our easy-to-use recorder lets you enjoy thousands of radio shows and stations on your own schedule, listen back on-demand, and convert to multiple audio formats. We wanted to make radio listening easy with Replay Radio.

In the big wide world of the Internet, there are so many options for streaming stations and podcasts. There’s more content available for your listening pleasure than anyone could imagine, and now, you can easily filter what you want from our Media Guide and experience radio whenever you want it.

Who says radio is dead? It is very much alive. Don’t believe us? Check out these radio stations and podcasts below and just try to tell us that there aren’t fantastic frequencies happening all the time! Just be sure to capture them with Replay Radio…

Nerdist: http://www.nerdist.com/podcast/nerdist/
Our favorite interview podcast with actors, comedians, writers, and overall cool people. Hosted by self-proclaimed “King Nerd” Chris Hardwick, it’s a great way to hear behind-the-scenes stories from popular culture movers and shakers.

BFF: http://bff.fm
One of the best alternative radio stations in San Francisco, Best Frequencies Forever is a great resource for indie / electronic music from the underground. Catch up on “what the kids are listening to” and by kids… more like late 20-somethings with jam-packed iPods.

TWiT: http://twit.tv/twit
Easily one of the most listened to radio podcasts out there, This Week In Tech, is hosted by Leo Laporte and follows all of the top trends in technology — from new products to business news — this podcast is the best place to get your tech fill.

All Songs Considered: http://www.npr.org/blogs/allsongs/
Another music option for you, All Songs covers the best new emerging music without the fuss. Playing full songs from the obscure to the legendary, NPR has made this podcast a staple for audiophiles everywhere.

Of course, there are so many more, and you can discover many through our Media Guide within Replay Radio. We’d love to hear about your must-listen-tos in the comments, and be sure to use Replay Radio to record all of your favorites!