I’m putting a summary at the top with my entire workflow:
- Record podcasts with mics, board, and Adobe Audition.
- Mix, master, and bounce files with Adobe Audition.
- Upload audio files to AWS Amazon S3 bucket.
- Write a blog post in an self-hosted instance of WordPress and added power of the PowerPress plugin.
- Create a social media card using Adobe Photoshop.
- Track podcasting analytics using PodTrac.
Podcatcher Idea, I listen in the car. I often want to make a note or respond. I’d like a voice controlled function: I’d say make a note, the app would record a short audio note stamped with the current episode and time. Later I’d review and perhaps make a reply post.
It’s kind of amazing that until 2019 this hasn’t been an issue. Everything that claimed to be a podcast actually was a podcast, meeting all these conditions. But now podcasting is being siloized by companies trying to dominate. It’s understandable and predictable. But let’s not dilute the qualities that make podcasting so useful.
via John Philpin
I’ve been asked about the podcasting equipment setup and software that we use on the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast. After 220 episodes in one year and over 430K downloads, we’ve settled on a configuration we like. In this post, I’ll share the setup and help you get started.
A few thought about my listening habits. Some microcasts mentioned:
– Henrik Carlsson
– Colin Walker
– Colin Devroe
I think that I should also explore recording my own short casts. I have always been interested in podcasting, but never seemed to find the time and space. Maybe Microcasts offers an entry point.