So on February 1, 2013, The Jingleberries asked if you wanted your voice heard on The Jason Ellis Show. All you have to do is record yourself and send it off. You can use your phone, your computer, whatever means you have. And, yes, they laid out only 3 rules:
- Say whatever you want in 30 seconds or less
- The words “Jason Ellis” or “The Jason Ellis Show” must be said in the recording
- Send your recording to email@example.com
We did just that and got some clips played on-air! One of which, Ellis said “might be one of the greatest re-joins ever made, ever!” We’re nobodies. You could make something like that too! So why don’t you?
How do you easily record yourself?
Simple. Everyone has a phone these days. And most of those phones have a voice recorder on them. If your phone doesn’t have a voice recorder on it, there are plenty of free apps out there that can give you that ability. If you have a really old phone, then you’ll have to use your computer, laptop, or something else that can digitally record your voice.
What file type should I send?
The Jingleberries (firstname.lastname@example.org) can accept pretty much any file format, so don’t worry. Meanwhile, here at NYA, we don’t have the same cool toys. Therefore, if you want the audio posted on this site, you’ll have to send us a file format too. See below for the file formats we can accept.
Fine, I’ll send my files to The Jingleberries, but how do I send to NYA?
Send your audio to @bitPimps, just hit me up on twitter.
What file formats can NYA accept?
Any of the following:
- AIF, AIFF
- DV, DVF
- MP3, MP4
- M4A, M4B, M4V
- WMA, WMV