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I’m Not Sure What My Podcast Should be About

I hear this a lot, “I want to do a podcast, but I’m not sure what my podcast should be about?” You’d think the answer would be obvious, but it isn’t always. Lots of folks want to be writers, but don’t know what to write about. Some want to be painters, but don’t know what […]

Can You Make a Cheap Mic Sound Better – An Update

Last year we asked the question, Can You Make a Cheap Mic Sound Good? Since then, it’s turned into one of our more popular posts. That also spawned my giveaway ebook, Podcast Secret Sauce which walks you step-by-step through the process of adjusting your current recording setup to get the optimal Big Voice sound. Look […]

Google+ As A Podcasting Tool? Looks Promising

The folks over at Phandroid have been messing around with Hangouts on Google+ and have figured out a way (albeit rudimentary) to create a multi-person video podcast. The Problem You’ve got a multi-person video podcast that you want to create and, of course, everyone can’t get in the same room together… let alone the same […]

5 Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

One thing ProPodder is all about is pointing out the good stuff you might have missed. Life can get busy and sometimes we just don’t have the time to sift through all of the podcasts out there to find the real gems. Here’s are five that I’ve been listening to that I really think should […]

Can You Make a Cheap Mic Sound Good?

In a previous post I did a microphone shoot out between the Heil PR40 and the Rode Procaster microphones run through various preamps and software plugins. The point was to show that it may not be the most expensive mic that works best for your voice. Afterwards I got some great comments here and over […]

10 Tips To Protect or Enhance Your Voice

Once upon a time I was a bass player and singer in a rock and roll band (cue the Moody Blues). It was the 1980’s and we were a 3-piece with visions of being the next Grand Funk Railroad. I got a call one afternoon from a notorious biker bar here in the southwest. The […]

Choosing Your Mic, Choosing Your Sound

To say microphones are a passion to me would be an understatement. A microphone is the gateway to your sound. It’s also one of the most important pieces of equipment you’ll ever purchase for your podcast. Because of the multitude of options you’ve got out there, by the simple act of choosing your microphone, you […]

Bumpers, Sweepers, Stingers and Drops

I recently got an email asking about the voiceovers on my podcast, Campground Pirate Radio. Primarily, about the sweepers I use to segue from one set of tunes to another. That got me thinking that there are a lot of podcasts out there that could benefit from sound effects, bumpers, sweepers, stingers and drops. Terminology Most […]

Podcast Makeover: Why Isn’t My Podcast Popular?

I recently received an email. The writer said that they’ve created a sports podcast and have followed all the basic assumptions for getting it up and running. But for some reason no one seems to know of it. My first questions are, what are the basic assumptions they’ve followed and what have they done to […]

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