Music & audio

Podcasting Tutorial: A Basic Guide to Preparing Your Gear

Learn the basic steps needed to organize your mixing deck and create your first podcast, with David Mulé

Although podcasts are now over 15 years old, the artform has experienced notable expansion recently. Virtually anything you can imagine can be told in audio, from thorny crimes to incredible stories from the realm of pop culture, to magazine programs in a pure radio style.

As well as a great premise, you need some basic equipment to create a podcast. David Mulé Rebecchi (@davimulepodcast), is a podcast journalist who has worked on projects for Cadena SER and Podium Podcasts. In this video, he explains the technology you need to start your own home studio.

A basic guide to preparing your podcasting equipment

1. The equipment

First you need to understand what you need to record a basic podcast:
- Mixing deck
- Headphones
- XLR cable
- A condenser microphone
- USB cable
- Computer


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