UPDATE: I think the admins here saw my post about uploading music. Now I'm getting "invalid file type." 😆
I used to do something called "Daily Dose" which was part of the Insomnia Radio network. One track per day, very short intro about the band, and that's it. Easy to digest, easy to produce...
Might want to check or what the guys at podcast index.social are working on. We've been working on extending the RSS namespace to specifically make albums available as a RSS feed and making a dedicated RSS music player.
@StevenB WHOA! Adam Curry admins this instance? I was actually on the Daily Source Code back in the day. What a small world...
Yeah, @adam and @dave started a project called Podcasting 2.0 about 18 months ago, which has attracted a ragtag bunch of misfits who are passionate about preserving, protecting, and extending the podcasting. Part of the extending is trying to get music into the RSS feeds so listeners can directly support the artists.
The whole project has a similar feel to the mid 90s punk rock scene where people were doing mail order records, printing their own band shirts, booking their own shows, printing their own zines, and the community really came together to support everyone's creative endeavors.
@StevenB I'm so happy you reached out to me today. For reasons that I can't possible explain coherently right now.
Suffice to say, I was one of the first music podcasts on the planet, formed the Association of Music Podcasting, did that full-time for a few years, and then fell into tech-based podcasting and stopped following the progress of the medium.
Informing me of all this... you've reignited my love for music podcasting in a huge way, and I thank you.
Yeah, you're jumping into a pool that we've been digging for 18 months, and we move pretty fast.
Adam and Dave do a podcast every Friday that discusses a lot of it, and everyone at at podcastindex.social is super excited and eager to help, so don't be afraid to ask questions.
Nope, I have a RSS generator that Adams been using for all of his podcasts, and all it does is spit out a RSS file that he hosts on his server. Lots of other people are using different podcast hosting platforms with various degrees of support for the new tags. There's also @Castopod which is a self hosted solution. As long as it's a RSS feed and it's in the Podcast Index, everything else is up to you.
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