A digital podcast recorder is essential for flexibility and quality in podcasting. This guide details digital recorders for any budget.
The Zoom H5 is one of the best digital recorders on the market. It’s a versatile device that lets you record studio-quality audio anywhere.
Is the Zoom H6 is a good upgrade for your podcasting? Here’s our full review, with everything you need to know!
Looking for a high-quality, easy-to-use, affordable recorder? The Tascam DR-05 is an excellent option.
There’s not much the Rodecaster Pro can’t do. Considered essential for some podcasters, but overkill for others. Let’s find out which camp you’re in!
There’s a plethora of entry-level digital recorders on the market nowadays. And whilst I usually find myself recommending the Zoom H1 or the Tascam DR-05 to beginners, I’m always open to trying out new models. Granted, the Sony ICD-PX470 probably isn’t designed to compete with the H1 or the DR-05, but it is made by
The Olympus WS-853 fits into the low-cost/budget digital recorder category. At the time of writing you can pick one up brand new on Amazon for $70 or Amazon UK for £57. This makes it slightly cheaper than the Zoom H1 and Tascam DR-05. But can it compete with these recorders in other ways? Let’s find
Get more candid, meaningful content by recording interviews in person, with this recording setup.
This is an equipment review (and a podcasting origin story!) by Ian Robertson from Chromaticism. If you want to review your own equipment on the site, hit the contact us link above. A year past August I started a music review blog called ‘chromaticism’. The thing seemed to grow legs of its own, and a
Zoom’s H1 Handy Recorder is the smallest (and cheapest – $100/£80) in the well respected Zoom recorder family. Whilst Zoom has beefed up their newer models over the recent years with many more features, this comes at a cost – their size. But, the H1 literally fits in your pocket. It’s no bigger than many