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Master The Basics of Podcasting With These 6 Videos

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  • 2020 04 06 RODE Thinking of Starting a Podcast

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Master The Basics of Podcasting With These 6 Videos

If you’re looking to start a podcast but don’t have a whole lot of audio production experience, there are a couple of things you’ll need to take into consideration before diving in.

In the video series below, RØDE will take you through the basics of getting started, from finding a good recording space to choosing the right recording device.


 

Choosing the Right Recording Space


Your recording environment will have a huge impact on the quality of your audio. Here are some different ways to get the best results at home.

 


 

Choosing the Right Mic: Dynamic or Condenser

There are two types of microphones commonly used for podcasting – dynamic and condenser. Here's why you may choose one over the other.

 


 

Choosing the Right Mic: USB or XLR

USB or XLR – which type of mic connection is right for you? Here's what you need to consider before choosing.

 


 

Mic Techniques for best recording

Practicing good microphone technique will help you get the cleanest, clearest recording possible. Here are the basics.

 


 

Recording Your Podcast

How you approach recording will depend on your podcast style, where you record, number of guests, and what kind of features you need from your device.

 


 

Adding Sound Design to Your Podcast

Adding music, sound effects, pre-recorded interviews or phone calls will give your podcast an extra dimension and make it more engaging for your listeners.

 

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Also, don't forget to register your microphone on the RØDE website to unlock your extended warranty. This also means you will receive notifications about future firmware releases, so you can keep your microphone up to date with all the latest features and enhancements.