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How to Record a Podcast

Recording on your own, with a group or an online call? Here we'll cover equipment setups, software, tools & techniques which make for top quality and super easy podcast recording.

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A primer for How to Record a Podcast

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Best Tools for Recording a Podcast Online: Interviews, Co-hosting & Groups

Whether you run an interview show, or have a remote co-host, you need a means to record your podcast online.

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How to Create a Silent Home Studio & Improve Your Podcast Audio

Obsessing over sound quality should never prevent you from actually launching your show and getting episodes out there. Content and consistency are definitely more important than your actual audio. However, that’s not to say the sound of your show isn’t important – far from it in fact. As your podcast grows and matures you will…

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Podcast Launch Series

The Launch Series: from Zero to Live in Simple Steps

Our 3-part Launch series is designed to hold your hand through the entire podcast launch process, from planning your show to making it live on the web. For a step-by-step, in-detail, no-jargon guide to getting your show out into the world, start here!

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Best Tools for Recording a Podcast Online: Interviews, Co-hosting & Groups

Whether you run an interview show, or have a remote co-host, you need a means to record your podcast online.

The Minimalist Mic Rig: Tips for Getting Pro Podcast Sound

Impress (and keep!) your listeners with clear, natural, and consistent sound quality.

How to Record a Podcast: Planning, Gear & Software Made Simple

Let’s cover the 3 big steps, in depth. How you record a podcast, from planning, to gear, to software.

Why Record Your Podcast Outdoors?

When you hear the term “podcast studio” you might automatically conjure up images of mics, mixing desks, and cables running everywhere. The average “podcast studio” is somewhat less glamorous though. The vast majority of podcasters will simply plug a USB mic into their computer prior to recording. And most listeners won’t even be able to…

Acoustic Treatment for Podcasters | Controlling Reverb

Room Verb. It’s the bane of any recording or listening environment. It can mean the difference between a dry, professional recording and a hollow and incomprehensible interview. The difference between a clean mix and a muddled mess that doesn’t sound its best outside of the studio in which you mixed it. Luckily, there are several…

How to Create a Silent Home Studio & Improve Your Podcast Audio

Obsessing over sound quality should never prevent you from actually launching your show and getting episodes out there. Content and consistency are definitely more important than your actual audio. However, that’s not to say the sound of your show isn’t important – far from it in fact. As your podcast grows and matures you will…

How to Record a Podcast on Zoom.us

Zoom.us provides one of the quickest & easiest ways to talk to someone online. Here’s how to use it to podcast!

Acoustic Blankets for Podcasting | Kill the Reverb in Any Environment

Acoustic blankets and sound treatment arguably aren’t as popular in podcasting as they should be. We tend to get hung up on buying and upgrading things like mics, mixers, and audio plugins. Yet the environment we record in is of prime importance for how our content sounds. Acoustic blankets are something I’ve overlooked in the…

Recording Skype Calls for a Podcast: The Definitive Guide

Let’s find out how to record a Skype call, one of the oldest and easiest ways of capturing a podcast interview!

Understanding Dynamic Range and Loudness | Podcast Volume Levels

This guide, put together by our resident audio engineer Matt Boudreau, is aimed at intermediate-level podcasters who’ve been working with audio for a while now.  If you’ve started to find your feet with your content and the general logistics of podcasting, and are now ready to take your audio quality up a notch, then this…

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eCamm Call Recorder

eCamm is a long established recording tool for Skype and one we use regularly to record calls for our own interviews. Get high quality, split-track interview recordings really easily.  eCamm is Mac-only. For PC, try Talkhelper instead! *Both affiliate links, but we write about eCamm because it's great!

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