PODCASTING made easy
If you want to learn how to produce, launch and grow a podcast, you've come to the right place.
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Without making some smart choices about the equipment you use to produce your podcast, you’ll spend more time setting up, fixing issues and replacing expensive mistakes. Our no-nonsense gear guides will help you to buy the right equipment, first time.
Software & Tools
There are so many options out there that it can leave your head spinning. We cover the essentials, the ‘nice to haves’ and give our views on picking the best tool for the job at hand whether that be production or engaging with your audience.
There’s nothing worse than putting everything you have into producing a great sounding podcast with great guests and amazing content for then nobody to find it. We share our top strategies for growing your audience over the long term.
The more you know about how sound works, the better you’ll be able to work with it to increase the production value of your podcast. Our audio production and theory category is for those who love the detail.
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