Tag: podcasting

How to Buy a Microphone

When people ask me what microphone they should buy, I feel like I should pull up some chairs and pour some tea. It’s a big question, but let’s see if we can get started with some short answers. Bear in mind that everything here is just one person’s opinion. Other people will have their own…


Talk to One Person: Creating Podcast Intimacy

I’ve touched on this in previous blogs, but intimacy is crucial to presenting a good podcast, and it deserves a more expansive discussion. During podcast production, you should have two goals in mind.-You want the guest to forget you’re recording.-You want the listener to forget they’re not part of the discussion. The SpaceSome technical concerns…


Starting a Podcast During COVID-19

Lots of folks are turning to podcasting these days, and when I say ‘these days’ I’m referring to quarantine. Some are doing it because they’ve wanted to for a while and didn’t have the time until now. Others because they have nothing else to do. Whether you’re the latter or the former, go for it….


9 Tips for Putting Podcast Guests at Ease

When podcasting, you should have two goals in mind: -You want the listener to feel like they’re part of the discussion -You want the guest to forget you’re recording. And I believe these goals are not mutually exclusive. I think they both occur when the guests and hosts have found their rhythm, anxiety has been…


Podcasting: On Location vs In Studio

One of the reasons studio people are so fond of the studio is you’re able to control the environment. Gear never gets dirty, things are never lost, and weather is almost never a problem. In fact, we’re so spoiled it rarely occurs to us to go outside professionally. Having said that, in recent months I’ve…