What does a podcaster do when they want to record a podcast outside of their “studio?” Find a more compact setup of course! Or maybe your studio is always mobile? Join myself (+Ray Ortega), +Dave Jackson, +Rob Walch +David Anderson, +Jason Bryant and Jeffrey Powers as we discuss all the ways to record a podcast on the go.
Do you have to sacrifice quality? If so, is it worth it? What are the biggest challenges to being outside of your normal setup and how do you overcome them? This Round aired live on June 20, 2014 at 4pm EST, GMT -5. If you’d like to read all the comments including lots of great links to the devices and software people are using in the mobile setups check out the event page on G+.
*Links mentioned on this Round:
- ATR2100 or AT2005 microphones with dual output (XLR and USB). European version: Samson Q2U
- Bossjock App for iPhone
- Behringer Xenyx 1002B w/opt battery power, 1 aux send post and 1 pre.
- USB Audio Recorder for Android
- Two Lav microphones in one – Giant Squid microphones
- Sony ICD-PX333 Digital Voice Recorder. Cost around $50. Slightly bigger than a pack of gum and no fragile parts.
- Rob’s mix-minus device for iPhone http://recapmycalls.com
- I/O devices for smartphones at http://www.esdevices.com/
- Rode SC6 Dual TRRS Input and Headphone Output for Smartphones
- Article from TSA about traveling with batteries
- Auphonic for auto post processing and some editing
- Recordium for iOS
- Rob’s NMX presentation about podcasting on iOS
- iOS recording and editing – TWISTED WAVE
- Multitrack DAW for iOS for editing
- ART Dual Pre for multi-mic mobile recording
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