A bit of a bonus episode to bring down the curtain on our Podcast Equipment Series. You put a lot of work into creating your episodes, so let’s have a chat about where (and how) your end product is actually consumed. This episode starts with a discussion about why you should consider listening to less
There are a few good reasons why you might want to broadcast the recording of your episodes live – and maybe even film them too. Doing live episodes can help build and harness community, as your listeners can feel more directly involved with your content. And the content itself can benefit from that immediate feedback.
Cables, stands, jacks, plugs, pop filters – the less glamorous, but still utterly essential part of the podcasting equipment pantheon. It’s common for podcasters to spend three figure sums on both their mic, and their recording device, then link the two together with a cable they’ll spend $5 on. On this episode, we look to
You most likely already carry an expensive recording device around with you everywhere you go. We’re talking, of course, about your smartphone. In this episode of PodCraft we take a look at the different gear and options available for turning your phone or tablet into a fully functioning podcast studio. Mobile Recording Gear Mentioned Rode
This season of Podcraft is all about the gear. We walk you through everything you’ll need to record your podcast, with options to suit every setup, format, and budget! Episode 1 – What Microphone Do I Need to Podcast? We cover the best microphones for podcasting, and how to choose the right one for you.