The guys over at RadioSpeaker are always finding great tips on keeping your podcasting running smoothly, and once again, they’re looking at it from a technical point of view.
But it’s not fancy technology we’re talking about, it’s that important tool you already have that’s often neglected: your voice.
The clarity of your voice is just as important as the quality of your microphone, and there’s a surprising little trick on taking car of your fragile vocal cords: though it may sound strange, try sucking on salt one hour before broadcasting. The taste might not sound so appealing, but it’ll help “clear up” your vocal cords and you’ll be ringing like a bell across the airwaves.
Skeptical? Trust us on this one. Not only does radio personality Francesco De Vena partake in the salt sucking, but so did his opera singing father.
Try it out, and let us know how it goes!