How did I create my own podcast studio? What equipment do I have? How much did it cost? These are some of the questions viewers and listeners have been asking me. Today I peel back the curtains on my own home podcast studio to show you all of the gear that I use to help create a real professional sounding audio podcast. This is all on a budget and you can totally do it yourself. I’ve got 10 tips just for you.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:
• Professional grade microphones
• a 4-port USB hub with individual power switches and lights – and why you’ll need it
• knowing your room acoustics
• using acoustic foam tiles
• having a designated podcast spot
• being aware of external, uncontrollable sounds
• the value of hard wiring for data transmission
• use a DO NOT DISTURB sign
• using free recording and editing software like a pro
• using a pop filter
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AFFILIATE LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE INCLUDE:
- 2x12x12 (12 Pack) BLUE/CHARCOAL Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles
- Blue Yeti Pop Filter by Auphonix
- Blue Yeti USB Microphone, USB
- Sabrent 4-Port USB 2.0 Hub with individual power switches and LEDs
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