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.
I use a Mac Mini as an inexpensive and versatile way to bring in live phone and Skype calls while podcasting.
I use Buffer to automatically space my tweets out according to my preset schedule.
It’s good to keep a podcast to a consistent time. The easiest way I do this is with the free website e.ggtimer.com.
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.
I highly recommend the Zoom H4n Portable Digital Recorder and will be recording remotely with it at BlogWorld NYC this year.
If you’re looking for a great HD webcam, check out the Logitech C920.