Contribute

We’re always looking for help to better serve the community with an always greater online Kirtan experience. The best way to get involved is via our community website at community.24hourkirtan.fm.

Here’s an overview of the different areas we need help with. If you have additional ideas, we’re of course always open for suggestions.

Social Media

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We share our love of Kirtan on FacebookTwitter and YouTube. Instagram is our most recently added platform which desperately needs some beautiful Kirtan pictures. If you would like to take over one of our social media channels for a particular Kirtan event or on a more regular basis, please get in touch by email.

 

Podcast Production

Kirtan Audio EngineerThe 24 Hour Kirtan Podcast presents news about Kirtan events, interviews with Kirtan singers, small inspirational subjects and selected Kirtans.

It takes around 2 days for one person to produce an entire 1-2 hour episode of the 24 Hour Kirtan Podcast which is the reason why we only manage to publish a new episode every other week or or sometimes less frequently.

We would love to create new episodes on a more regular basis and need others to contribute as writers, hosts, producers or audio engineers. We also regularly read Kirtan related articles from different news websites or Back to Godhead magazine. Both male and female voices are very much welcome.

Join Podcast Team

 

Srila Prabhupada

Mobile App Development

mobile-developerWe’re currently recommending various mobile apps like TuneIn to our listeners, but are developing our own 24 Hour Kirtan Radio App. If you have experience with mobile app development and know your way around version control systems like git, please get in touch.

Join App Team

 

Design

We’ve recently redesigned our logo and are currently looking for someone to design the 24 Hour Kirtan Radio mobile app.

Join Design Team

 

Audio Pre-Production

Kirtan AmplitudeIt is very rare that we get recordings of Kirtans that can be just added to the media archive for broadcasting online and in our own Kirtan app (currently under development). This means that we have to listen to each Kirtan recording and have to adjust the volume or apply other audio filters like compressor to normalize the recording and make the listening experience more pleasant and professional.

Sometimes we also extract audio from video with ffmpeg or other tools. In the end ID3 tags have to be added so that the audio player on our website and all other audio channels like iTunes show the correct title and Kirtan location.

Join Audio Team

 

Kirtan Blog

In our blog we write about Kirtan events and other Kirtan related stuff. If you like to write about Kirtan and know how to find interesting Kirtan news on the Internet, please get in touch by email.

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