Best Podcasting Gear (to start)

NEW PODCAST COMING SOON! I interview a really talented cinematographer. Check out the gear I use. If you’re starting out like me, don’t spend too much and still have pro audio.


I have gathered all my Podcasting gear (in pic above) for those who want to start their own Podcast or even just start recording Voice Overs/Music. Save weeks of searching and take a look into my basic set up. Basically the meat of it is a ZOOM H6 as one mic and a Sennheiser mic as other.

You don’t need to spend the extra $$$ in the beginning and sometimes even when you’re really into it if you have the knowledge. I added my computer because I use it for editing the podcast but also I do a lot of Video Editing–BUT you don’t need a laptop like my strong lil’ girl “Bruce Lea” if you’re just editing audio.
I have been using recording equipment for over a decade recording projects in music school, paid live bands, personal projects, paid film projects, and now Podcasting. I’m so happy with my set up right now. After gathering my equipment, I later found one of my favorite top Podcasters TIM FERRIS uses the same ZOOM I do and his show sounds amazing. His only difference is he has a Sure SM 57 (great mic) and I have the Sennheiser (slightly greater mic).

Check out my KIT and do yourself a favor, don’t buy 4 mics in the beginning–the ZOOM h6 can work as your second mic and also works well for Skype Calls with easy USB cable! ALSO, the ZOOMh6 can act as your interface and you may record directly into your editing software, avoiding card transferring (usually for intros and outros for Podcast or for music recording).

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NEW PODCAST COMING SOON! LATE MARCH — EARLY APRIL

Get real and UNfake it till you make it by listening to the NEW PODCAST about everything involving a fulfilling career in the entertainment industry. I interview professionals to learn and share methods & mistakes that can keep you just sane enough in this cut-throat world. Look forward to interviews with top Producers from Martin Scorsese’s 2017 feature film, The Irishman (Richard Barrata) to top Magicians in Los Angeles (Chad Nelson) to Random award-winning documentary filmmakers from Hong Kong I meet and interview in airplanes (Joey Chu) to  King of the DJ’s in New Jersey (Jay Della Valle). If this tickles your fancy, please subscribe to our email list so you’ll be notified when we launch as well as receive periodic “New Hows” on insightful strategies for industry success!



 

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