Simple mic technique can fix your podcast from sounding cheap and amateur to far more professional. Apply these five simple tricks to sound better podcasting!
A Behringer U-Control or similar USB audio interface can protect your audio recordings from electronic interference noise.
If you’re buying a mixer, spend an extra $20–$30 to get an adapter for every jack your mixer has. You won’t regret it.
I present my tacky solution to firmly holding my mic overhead boom arm: a block of wood and some folded coupons.
I would call my Heil PL-2T my favorite piece of podcasting gear of all of my audio equipment—yes, even more than my Heil PR40 mic.
This is my current, very cheap pair of headphones. I last about an hour in these before my head hurts. I’ve tried quality earbuds, but they give me headaches from the way my own voice sounds with my ears plugged.
In a perfect world, everyone would have great headphones—the would fit perfectly, have great sound, and, most importantly, they would all be the same. But that’s not reality for me and many other podcasters.
Belkin Rockstar Multi Headphone Splitter is perfect for splitting your podcasting audio so you and your cohosts can hear.