Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Monitoring your recording, part of Producing Professional Podcasts.
- When it comes time to record, monitoring is essential.…Monitoring is essentially…listening to what you're recording.…Now, you might think, "Well I'm part of the interview,…"of course I could hear it."…But it's not just listening to your subject.…It's listening for other things happening.…Very commonly people will use simple earbuds,…things like you see here.…What this can do here is allow me to monitor the sound.…That's great, these are small, they're convenient,…you can keep them in your bag, but they're not necessarily…designed to let you hear as much.…
Sure, a whole wealth of earbuds have popped up…over the years that really have improved the quality,…but they're still really tiny speakers.…Now sometimes I need to go with tiny ones like that.…You see here a very small single one.…If I'm doing something like a Google Hangout,…or recording a video podcast where I'm going to be…on the air live, well, having this hidden is pretty cool.…It means that you don't see giant earphones on my ears.…And I'm using it just to hear what's going on.…
In this course, you'll learn how to create a podcast to match any budget, using proven techniques that get listeners and results. You'll learn how to set up a small studio; record audio, video, and even group video chats; edit your podcast; and create a podcast feed (aka an RSS feed). This class is taught by Rich Harrington, who's produced, hosted, or consulted on several podcasts that are routinely featured as the best of iTunes. Watch and learn how to get your own podcast up and running in less than a day.
- What is podcasting
- Leveraging existing content
- Analyzing the competition
- Outlining a podcast budget
- Setting up a studio
- Setting up an RSS feed
- Recording interviews, screencasts, and Google Hangouts
- Editing podcasts with Adobe Audition and other audio editing software
- Optimizing audio and video for podcast delivery
- Hosting podcast files
- Branding and promoting your podcast feed
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. What Is Podcasting?
2. Preproduction Strategies for Podcasting
3. Determining a Production Approach for Your Podcast
4. Setting Up a Studio for Podcasting
5. Podcasting Techniques
Interview techniques10m 1s
6. Editing a Podcast
7. Compressing Podcast Files for Delivery
8. Hosting Podcast Files
9. Delivering the Podcast
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