The idea of Salty Believer Unscripted is to capture conversations about biblical, theological, or ministry related topics. We simply record conversations using my Android phone and a MP3 recorder app. The value of using such a simple tool is that as it seems these conversations are kicking up, I can simply grab my phone and say, "lets hit record on this one." We can record nearly anywhere, anytime. It's really easy. In the past, the quality was set to the lowest setting, but I am planning on upping the bit-rate to improve the sound quality.
I have enjoyed the Story series so much that I've recorded an opening and closing clip. I want to step up the quality of these podcasts and I am hoping to get other guests to join in, maybe even over Skype or TeamViewer so they can be at a distance. I have a pastor friend coming to visit in June and I'm hoping he and I will have a chance to sit down and record an unscripted conversation. Content will make all the difference so I am often thinking about ideas for this podcast.
I wasn't sure if Salty Believer Unscripted would take off or do well, so I simply put the podcast in the same audio iTune (and non-iTunes) feed as the other material from SaltyBeliever.com. Now I am wondering if it wouldn't be better for SaltyBeliever Unscripted to have its own podcast feed. Occasionally other audio material will publish on Tuesday and Unscripted posts on Thursdays. Maybe this will be confusing or maybe it's okay? I guess we'll see.
The podcasts are also available for download on the Resource page.
In the meantime, we're going to keep recording unscripted conversations. It is my prayer that they are fruitful and I hope you are enjoying them. We'd love to see your review on iTunes or hear your feed back. Please don't hesitate to contact me.
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