Audio-Technica makes two great entry-level microphones for starting podcasters: the ATR2100-USB and the AT2005USB. Now, they’re entering the higher end range with the BP40 broadcast dynamic microphone.
Sennheiser’s new ClipMic Digital and MKE 2 Digital lavalier microphones are powered with an Apogee preamp and connect directly to iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad through the Lightning port.
The quality of your podcast production may be a criterion people use for choosing their podcasts, but how much does it really matter? Dynamic microphones are also praised as the best microphones (with the Heil PR40 being the “golden standard”). But is this really the kind of microphone you should consider?
Should you edit your podcast after you’ve recorded it, or mix everything together while you record? I’ll give you some pros and cons to consider.
Unique, profound, and unconsidered tips from other podcasters to help you make your podcasts so much better!