We want to make our listeners aware of the seven purposes of the program:
First, we want to inform the Reformed. Whether you are new to the Reformed faith or you have been Reformed for a long time, we want you to come away from each episode saying “I learned something today”
Second, we want to have guests on the program who are actively serving the Reformed community through books, blogs, seminaries, Bible colleges, podcasts, or their local churches. I know that I have learned much from podcasts that feature these kind of guests, and hope to help others just like I have been helped.
Third, we want to have intelligent conversation involving theological subject matter. We welcome seminarians, theologians, and seminary professors.
Fourth, we want to offer all this in around a 45 minute program with top quality audio. We know that no one likes to listen to poor-sounding material and I want to be sensitive to that and respond with what hopefully will be something that folks will want to listen to. We have made an investment in some good equipment to that end.
Fifth, we want to expose some lesser-known individuals so others will know about their work and benefit from it. Everyone starts somewhere, and we recognize that.
Sixth, we want to also have some more well-known individuals in the Reformed community on the program, because of what they have to contribute. We know this will take some time, but look forward to those interviews as well.
Seventh, we want to cooperate with other podcasters in the Reformed community to better promote God’s glory.
Here is a list of equipment that we use to produce the podcast:
Microphone: Heil PR40
Audio Recorder: Edirol R09
Mixer: Soundcraft E12 Spirit
Compressor/Limiter/Gate: One pair of Alesis 3630s
Computers: Mac Mini and Macbook Pro
Audio Editing Software: Audacity for Mac