Multiband Compressors for podcasts

Following up on our article about de-essers, today we look at multiband compressors. Both are frequency-specific (a la EQ), compressors, but whereas de-essers only reduce sibilance, multiband compressors can be used on any part of the spectrum. For podcasters there is one great and simple way to implement multiband compression on our vocal tracks. This is to bring […]

EQ for podcast

An equalizer is a plugin we use in our digital audio workstation to modify the frequency response in our audio. It’s the most basic of all the building blocks to make our voice start sounding professional. We can accentuate parts of our audio, or correct flaws caused by our room. Anytime you start editing a […]

The Complete Guide to Podcast <span style="color: #FFBB00">Recording</span>

Hey guys and welcome to our third official guide! Arguably we should have done this one first, but covering every way to record on both Mac and PC is no small feat. There are a lot of different aspects to recording that we need to cover, from general principles of how microphones work all the […]

The Complete Guide to Podcast <span style="color: #FFBB00">Editing</span>

A great podcast is a combination of several factors. Choices made about subject matter, tone, hosts, guests and equipment will all shape the end result in some way. However! The one thing all great podcasts have in common is ample time set aside for post production. By this I mean that somewhere along the line, […]

The Best Microphone for <span style="color: #FFBB00">Podcast</span>

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Let’s look at Microphones. So now that we’ve done software, let’s look at microphones. We touched on them briefly in our guide to podcast recording, but today we’re going to break down the different aspects of microphones and hopefully inform you enough to look past the marketing and make informed decisions on mics based on […]