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!
Interviewing non-podcasters presents many challenges, so here’s my advice to ensure you get the best sound quality possible from your podcast guests.
Multitrack recording keeps audio source separate. Here are some reason why you may and may not want to record your podcast in multiple tracks.
Recording problems can result in noisy, corrupted, or missing audio. Test before anything important! Here are solutions to these common podcasting problems.
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).
Batching can be an effective way to improve your podcasting workflow. But is it right for your podcast? Consider these benefits and disadvantages.
Connect almost any mic or instrument to PCs, mobile devices, and more with IK Multimedia’s iRig Pro DUO.
Discovery may not be the biggest problem you face in growing your podcast. It could be that your podcast isn’t easy! Here are 8 podcasting tips to help you reach your audience better.
Before you buy all kinds of podcasting gear that you may not need, consider these 7 categories of equipment for an audio podcast.