As a DJ or producer, you can submit your mix and tune by sending your mp3s or links to them at:
dnbpodcast at ghostsofmylife dot com
DJs: include a track listing, your location, homepage, and affiliation
Producers: include your location, homepage, and affiliation
Are you worried about giving away tracks? Welll, you should have one that you give away so everyone can know who you are. At the end of your tune, you have a recording of yourself talking about yourself/crew/label, give the web address of where people can hear your other tunes, let people know where they can buy your tunes, etc.
Attention drum and bass even promoters: make an audio spot for your even and send the link to email@example.com and your spot will be heard by all subscribers. After we have enough, we will make a separate feed for each country or region.
What is a podcast?
A podcast is a combination of the word “iPod” (Apple`s portable music player, in case you have been living under a rock) and broadcast (a radio transmission). The concept of podcasting is to receive audio programs (music, talk, etc,) automatically by “subscribing” to a “show.” Shows are produced on a regular basis. Apple`s iTunes software checks for a new show each time you open it, and when a new show is found, the audio program is then automatically sent to your portable music device the next time you connect it to your computer. This allows you, the listener, to take in content that is relevant to their interests, and to listen to it wherever and whenever they want. There are currently around 10,000 podcasts being produced worldwide on almost any topic imaginable, and the number keeps growing. Apple`s iTunes software, currently installed on over six million computers worldwide (and counting), has a built-in podcast directory, allowing users to quickly and easily find and download content they are interested in. The iTunes software and the downloading of podcasts are both free. The organizations that produce the audio programs are refered to as “podcasters.”
What is a feed?
A feed is a web address that you add to your “podcatcher” software. This software checks the feed each time you open your podcatcher to see if there is a new show. You copy and past the feed address to your “podcatcher” software, such as iTunes 4.9, iPodder, and iPodderX.
Do I have to have an iPod?
No, you can just listen from your computer. Or, if you have another portable mp3 player, you can transfer the tunes and mixes you get from dnbpodcast.com to your portable device.