In this series about using your recording and editing software to improve the overall sound of your podcast in this episode we will look at normalization and limiting.Read More
In this episode, Will talks about using your recording and editing software to make your podcast sound great. We started with the two most essential factors in audio quality: the space you are recording in and your microphone. Now, we will move on to the software.
In this series, we will look at four aspects of audio production: compression, limiting, normalization, and equalization. Used together and correctly, these can make a considerable improvement in the sound of your podcast. In this episode, we will examine compression.
Looking for some podcast tips? Want to make your podcast sound better? That is what we will talk about on this episode.
So, you have started a podcast, or you are getting ready to make the leap. But, when you listen to your recordings, they don't sound the same as some great podcasts you listen to. What can you do to improve your sound quality? What can you do to make your podcast to sound as good as professionally produced podcasts?
Promotion: That's often the last thing people are thinking about when they are hit with the inspiration to start sharing their ideas via audio on the web. I have been a fan of the "Build it, and they will come," strategy ever since I saw Field of Dreams. Unfortunately, it rarely works.Read More
We have been talking a lot about what to look for when choosing a place for your podcast to live. Today, I am going to cover 5 great options for podcast hosting.Read More
Are you starting your own podcast? Or do you already have one? Are you hoping to monetize it, in other words, are you hoping to make some money?
It is quite possible to do. But, if you haven't yet decided who is going to host your podcast, you might want to think about this before you choose.
Maybe you are not trying to get rich or make a living as a podcaster but just hoping to afford a microphone upgrade or pay your hosting fees. There are a few ways to create an income stream from your podcast.
Read more at: www.provoiceguy.net/blog/starting-your-own-podcast-monetization-making-money
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Considering starting your own podcast or taking your current show to the next level? Pro Voice Guy can help. On this episode, we continue our series about features of podcasting hosts. We will be covering a topic that doesn't sound especially exciting but may be important for the success of your podcast: Analytics.
But first, we are going to offer 5 things to think about before you start your own podcast.
Check out the show notes at www.provoiceguy.net/blog/before-you-start-a-podcast-5-tips and www.provoiceguy.net/blog/starting-your-own-podcast-6-analytics