The Cost of Editing a Podcast Yourself

the cost of editing a podcast by myself

Imagine you recorded 60 minutes of audio and have everything ready to put your show together. Assuming industry averages – and that you already have a computer – what are the costs of doing the post-production of your own podcast? Audacity: $0 Audacity is a multi-platform recording & editing program that has been around for…

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The Free Apple Podcast Embed Player…is it worth it?

Apple podcast website player

This email just came in from a client: Is there any benefit to embed the Apple Podcast media player on my website vs Libsyn’s? NOTE: The Apple player is not displaying on mobile. This may be an incompatibility with my website theme. What Apple’s player looks like: Here is the Libsyn Custom player: And since…

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Unboxing: The Heil FIN

Heil FIN unboxing 4

If you’ve been watching my live streams or video recordings lately, you may have noticed a change in microphones. I retired the ATR2100-USB and replaced it with a Heil FIN for a few reasons: Reasons 1: Testing a microphone interface I needed to test out the Scarlett 2i2 interface sent to me by *Focusrite. *Focusrite…

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5-minutes to a Great Virtual Meeting Experience

Are you working from home? Do you have to join web conferences? Follow these tips to have the best experience in your virtual meeting and to avoid being “that guy”. Live Streams and Webinars In these types of video sessions, you are an audience member. You are not presenting, although you may be in the…

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Skype vs Zoom.us for podcast recordings

Skype-vs-Zoom-for-podcasting

Podcasters have been using Skype to record interviews over the internet for a decade. As with any VOIP service, it has its issues. In the past 1-2 years, Zoom.us became the darling of the industry. However, as with all VOIP services, it has it’s issues too. I love Zoom.us, but it is NOT for podcasting.…

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