I took my Olympus DS20 digital recorder into the studio, flipped it on for the entire 27 minutes of chat and then flipped it off.
|Tuesday's interview at WRFI-FM in Ithaca, NY|
That truly was the easy part.
Back at my home office/studio, the software to move that digital recorder sound file onto my Mac was so outdated it wouldn't run at all. And attempts to update and/or find a new package didn't work.
For nearly two days of on-again, off-again attempts, it didn't work.
Finally, I did it the old fashioned way, using a microphone, Apple's garage band software, and iTunes.
But make that easily accessible for a mass audience proved complicated, too.
Consequently, a link to a recording of the interview is posted below. The link takes you to a YouTube video. It seemed like the easiest way to post it. Unfortunately, I only had a single still photo - and no video - of what turned out to be a great conversation.
Regardless, it was the first stop on The Fracking War book tour, and fun.
Here's the link to the video/sound recording: WRFI Interview