podcasting tips

0 Views ·Posted 09/22/2023
Before you begin your podcast, you need to make sure your audio recording is crystal clear. Andrew shares some proper microphone techniques to help you get the best sound for your podcast.  0:00 - Introduction  0:17 - Proximity Effect  1:26 - Plosive Sounds  3:33 - Setting the Input Gain  4:30 - Final Thoughts  Did you find these tips helpful? Do you have any to add? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
by Trevor Collins ·Posted 06/06/2023
These days, so many people listen to podcasts. In fact, it’s easier than ever to start and publish your own podcast, but it can still be difficult to dive in headfirst without knowing the ropes. That’s where we come in, here at B&H, with another all-encompassing guide to set you up for success and help get your content off the ground as painlessly as possible. Let’s begin. Why Make a Podcast? So, why even start a podcast? The answer is simple—because it’s a relatively fast, simple, and cost-effective way to get your content to the masses.
by Trevor Collins ·Posted 05/18/2023
From news and entertainment to educational and informative topics, podcasting has become an increasingly popular medium for delivering captivating content. But no matter how interesting your podcasting content is, it is always vital to ensure that the audio quality is top-notch if you want to maintain your listener’s interest and engagement. That’s where proper microphone technique comes into play. Whether you’re a seasoned podcaster or a beginner, understanding effective mic techniques will make a huge difference in the overall quality of
0 Views ·Posted 01/05/2023
Join award-winning sound engineer Michael Bader as he enlightens us with tips on how to improve your at-home or in-studio audio setup. Bader also makes suggestions regarding how to hold your audience’s attention with just your voice. 0:00 - Introduction 1:05 - How to Hold an Audience’s Attention with just Your Voice 3:40 - How to Identify “Bad” Sound and Make it Working Audio 11:24 - How to Think like a Microphone, and Mic Placement 15:42 - How to Monitor the Audio from Your Mic 19:24 - What to Use to Cover the Mic 20:57 - Solutions fo
0 Views ·Posted 11/19/2020
When RØDE released firmware version 2.1.0 for its RØDECaster Pro, its already-powerful podcast machine became even more versatile. In this video, A.B. shares his podcast tips using the cool, often lesser-known features from that firmware update, and he briefly discusses what RØDE has planned for future upgrades. Is the RØDECaster Pro part of your podcast setup? Tell us about your experience in the Comments section, below, then watch
by Phillip Nichol… ·Posted 09/04/2019
If you’re keen on producing podcasts, but can’t be tied down to a studio, you need equipment that you can take anywhere and use anywhere, even in places without power. Equipped with highly portable, battery-powered gear, you can finally start “One with Nature” (your soon-to-be solo podcast in which you rant about random requests in remote locations) or “Coffee Shop Critic” (you and a friend doing a podcasted comparison tour of your city’s coffee shops, their clientele, and their best and worst consumable offerings). Thanks to B&H’s vast
187 Views ·Posted 08/10/2017
Today’s talk is geared toward people who want to produce their own podcasts and with that in mind we will focus on what we have learned in our time producing the B&H Photography Podcast, from the gear we use, to the audio techniques and software.