All Things Audio

All Things Audio

A weekly podcast recorded live on Twitter Spaces every Wednesday at 3pm ET / 8pm BST. Twitter marketing expert Madalyn Sklar and voice tech and audio specialist Suze Cooper talk about the week's developments in social audio. For the latest on the tech, the content, and the platforms - join us live on Twitter Spaces and join the conversation with us.

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Video is coming to Spaces on X

Dec. 9, 2023

#SocialAudio #Clubhouse #Spotify Video is coming to Spaces! How will it change the experience of the historically audio-only rooms? Madalyn and Suze also talk about the Spaces incognito mode, whether a 'hand-off host' featu…

All change for All Things Audio

Nov. 17, 2023

Madalyn Sklar and Suze Cooper record All Things Audio LIVE on X every Wednesday at 3pm EST / 8pm BST. After the podcast is recorded we open the mic and speak to people in the Space about the week's hot topics. Follow @Big…

Choosing the right microphone for your space and budget

Nov. 10, 2023

#XSpaces #BinauralAudio #Sontronics Timestamps on X could make Spaces replays more accessible... but they aren't there yet! This week we spoke about the introduction of active timestamps on X for video, and how this might…

Talking #NaPodPoMo with creator Jennifer Navarrete

Nov. 3, 2023

#NaPodPoMo #podcasting #XSpaces 2023 is #NaPodPoMo's 16th year. Creator Jennifer Navarrete joined me and Madalyn in the All Things Audio Space this week to talk about the annual global event that challenges podcasters to po…

Threads weaves voice notes into new platform

Oct. 20, 2023

#Threadsapp #voicenotes #LinkedInLive Voice notes have been added to the Threads app. Suze is joined by Michael Sterling and Morgan Evetts to discuss the new feature; how people are using it, why Meta might have decided t…

Quick Takes: Why couldn't Spotify and Amazon make social audio work?

Oct. 16, 2023

#Amazon #AmazonAmp #Spotify Amazon has announced it will close its social audio experiment Amazon Amp, at th end of the month. So why couldn;t the big tech companies, offering music catalgues to wannabe radio hosts, get soc…