Recording audio or video podcasts at an event can present many challenges. Here’s the onsite podcasting equipment I recommend to make your production great!
You may not need to spend thousands on multiple pieces of audio equipment to get a good-sounding podcast. Here are modern solutions.
If you like the sound of a studio condenser microphone, the Sennheiser MK 4 Digital is a portable and professional microphone for connecting to iOS devices.
The Electro-Voice RE320 is my favorite podcasting microphone. Here’s the story of how Rick Belt created this studio dynamic mic from the RE20 and RE27N/D.
Record quality audio outside your studio with Sennheiser’s new HandMic Digital. This microphone plugs directly into your iOS device’s Lightning port. This microphone can be used for podcasting, video recording, or live-streaming wherever you can take your iOS device (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad).
IK Multimedia’s iRig Mic Lav can daisy-chain two lav mics with real-time monitoring for recording into any iOS or Android device.
Video podcasting requires a lot of different gear from audio podcasting. Consider these 7 categories of podcasting equipment for a video podcast.
Before you buy all kinds of podcasting gear that you may not need, consider these 7 categories of equipment for an audio podcast.
Recording video (for podcasting, YouTube, etc.) adds several layers of complexity over audio. Here are 6 tips for getting better video from your studio.