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Podcasting Tips

How To – Auto-ducking on Spreaker Studio

There are a lot of different factors you need to keep track of when you’re producing a podcast: keeping audio levels in check, making sure you’ve correctly integrated different tools and software, not to mention the actual content creation and quality part. While we at Spreaker are proud of our apps’ usability and ease, we get that sometimes some extra assistance could be of use when you’re still getting a feel for things.

So today we kick off our new “How-To” blog series to help you better understand how to use Spreaker’s platform. Post by post, we’ll focus on each of the apps and features that Spreaker offers to the community, breaking down the steps through handy visuals.

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Podcasting Tips

3 pieces of gear for starting your podcast


Do you want to start a podcast, but have no idea what equipment to buy?

Here are 3 tips on how to start on the right foot with a low budget:

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Podcasting Tips

Podcasting Tip: Using a Microphone

Podcasting is easy, but we all get caught up in the details sometimes. Common problem? Those pesky microphones.

If you’re too close, your voice is booming through, and if you’re too far, your fans can’t hear what you have to say.

The writers at Radiospeaker.it have come up with a solution. Your mouth should be about one hand’s length away from the microphone. Simple as that. It’s an ideal distance that gives you enough room to feel comfortable and sound your best.

Of course variables come into play, such as the type of microphone you’re using, the volume of your voice, and different filters and additional tools you use, so be sure to record a few test runs. In general though, one hand’s length is a good rule of thumb to go by.

Try it out next time you broadcast, and let us know how well it works out!

Source: Radiospeaker.it

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