Originally coined in the days of the old school Apple iPod Classic, podcasts are audio files created by anyone for anyone anywhere with an internet connection. Essentially, podcasting is a form of broadcast radio for the average individual that provides a massive potential in terms of outreach.
Creating and sharing via podcast can be as fun as it is rewarding. While the equipment and process can be intimidating at first glance, its all much simpler than it would appear. Let’s jump in and explore a few gear options for those interested in starting a podcast to help get you off and running with a great sound.
AKG Perception 220 Condenser Mic
Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2×2 USB Audio Interface (3rd Generation)
MOTU M2 Desktop 2×2 USB Type-C Audio/MIDI Interface
Zoom H4N recorder
Mackie 4-Channel Ultra-Compact Mixer
Pyle Pro Compact 4-Channel, Bluetooth-Enabled Audio Mixer
Rode RODECaster Pro Integrated Podcast Production Studio
Zoom PodTrak P4 Portable Multitrack Podcast Recorder
Stereo Mini (3.5mm) Male to 2 Mono 1/4″ Male Cable
Movo Photo WMIC50 Camera-Mount Wireless Lavalier
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