Tips for Better Podcast Audio: A Webinar

Podcasting is a great way for content creators to expand their reach. The catch: listeners find poor sound quality distracting enough to turn away from otherwise good content, so podcasters need to make sure their sound is up to snuff. Professional sound starts with the right microphone, but that’s not all there is to it.

Tips for Better Podcast Audio

Join Chris Lyons and Thomas Banks for a discussion of podcasting microphones and how to deliver sound that enhances your reputation as a subject matter expert. Learn the subtle differences between dynamic and condenser microphones, how to compensate for room acoustics, and why great sound is often a game of inches.

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Cheryl Jennison DaProza

Cheryl Jennison DaProza

Cheryl is a Media Relations Specialist at Shure with previous experience in the customer service department. She is also a professional singer involved in several tribute, cover, and original bands in the Chicago metro area. In what little spare time she has between work and music, she can be found reading or hanging out with her parrot. Cheryl’s favorite mic is the KSM8 and her Twitter handle is @TheUnsungDiva.

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  • Jim Connor says:

    This is an informative prodcast BUT, please list the products on the screen as you talk about them, i.e. the product ID, name and list price ( or price within $50). For example, if you do not have a mixer product, then just say so, same with the audio recorder. Also, it would be good to explain the double take on remote interviews. The diagram suggests a concurrent connection with the mic to the recorder and the recorder to the computer.
    Thank you

  • Chris says:

    Any suggestions for a “face” mic for screencasting work – maybe something similar to what a musician might use in a live concert where he/she doesn’t want to be restricted to a mic on a stand? It’s difficult to do a screencast with a mic/pop filter/boom in your face.

    • Cheryl Jennison DaProza Cheryl Jennison DaProza says:

      We have a variety of head-worn microphones that would work. They are all xlr so you might need an interface if you aren’t already using one. Here are the heardworn mics we make:

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