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Welcome to KMTT

RSS-xml feed (paste into your podcast client)
http://www.vbm-torah.org/audios/podcast.xml

KMTT is a daily Torah Podcast, from Yeshivat Har Etzion in Israel

Every day, four days a week, one 30-40 minute shiur will be sent. The MP3 file can be played on your computer or transfered to your portable MP3 playing device.


Who is it for?


Do you spend 45 minutes in the morning on the road or public transporation?
Why not utilize that time to hear a first-class Torah shiur?

Do you exercise or jog? Connect your earphones to the KMTT podcast!

 Have an hour for lunch at the office with a computer in front of you. Listen and learn.

Read the tutorial to your right to learn how to receive podcasts.

The Schedule (Winter 5775 - I )


Mondays:  
        Rav Mordechai Friedman

    Topics in Halakha

Tuesdays:
        Rav Alan Haber

    Am Levadad Yishkon

Wednesdays:
       Rav Yair Kahn

    Halakha in the Weekly Parasha

Thursdays
       Rav Ezra Bick

    Parashat Hashavua (VBM Archives)

Questions, Comments, Help
      
kmtt@kimitzion.org

   Tutorial - how to get podcasts
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    • What is podcasting?

      Podcasting allows you to receive pre-recorded audio programs on your computer or MP3 player (or smartphone) automatically. You "subscribe" (for free) to the feeds you want, KMTT for instance. Your podcasting software will check periodically for any new audio files that become available and download those files to your computeró - or directly to your audio player if you prefer. You can then carry hours of audio programming to help you through your commute, your work-out, or your downtime.

      Here's a step-by-step guide:

    • Step 1: Download the Podcasting Software

      If you want to save the shiur on your computer, or transfer it to a MP3 player, you need a podcast client program.

      If you already use Apple's free iTunes software (for Windows or Mac, Version 4.9 or later), it will also serve as a podcast program. If you own an iPod, this is the best option, as iTunes will also automatically move your KMTT podcast to your iPod.


      Alternatively, the first mainstream podcast program still works well, and it's also free. It's called Juice , and you can download Windows and Mac versions here.


      Better yet, there are podcast programs for Android and IOS which you can use to directly download the shiurim to your smartphone.
      Android - read here
      IOS - read here

      You can also download or listen to the latest KMTT shiurim on the KMTT blog

    • Step 2: Subscribe
      After you have a podcast client, you need to paste in the address for KMTT.

      The URL is:
      http://www.vbm-torah.org/audios/podcast.xml

      In iTunes, just type KMTT in the search box, and then click on subscribe when it finds the KMTT podcast. Or, open the "Subscribe to Podcast" section of the "Advanced" menu, and paste in the above feed URL.
      In the Juice software, paste the URL into the window that pops up when you click "Add new feed" (here's a screenshot). Then just tell the software how often you want it to check for new shows and where to put them, and you're ready to go. The KMTT will be downloaded automatically. In JUICE, you can have the file transferred to be played by iTunes or Windows Media Player, if you want.

    • Step 3: If necessary - transfer to an MP3 player

    • Step 4: Listen to the shiur
      Take the shiur with you and listen any time you want. The simplest way is with earphones, but - do not use headphones over both ears while driving.

      If you want to listen over external speakers, there are a few ways.

      1. Some car radios play MP3 files as well, using a USB port.
      2. Some cars have external imput jacks on the outside of radio. Just plug in your player and listen over the car speaker system.
      3. If you have a cassette player, you can buy a cassette adapter, which will allow you to plug any external system into your car speakers. Cost is $10-20.
      4. Or, you can buy a FM modulator, which can transmit your MP3 file to an unused FM station. It usually costs $20-30.
      5. Or - you can listen with the earphone.


      And after you've given the KMTT podcast a try, send your thoughts or comments to kmtt@etzion.org.il.


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