Your podcasting tools and the content you are going to create are the pillars of your podcast. In podcasting, it’s not just about being able to deliver your content. If you want to stand out, you need quality. You can have the ability to enhance your delivery by utilizing different tools. Whether through a great microphone, a good audio editing software, or just about any other gadget, you have the power to bring out the best in every show you produce.
We've curated a list of recording gears, from microphones, to mixers, and different accessories.
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Whether it's an app for your computer or a mobile app from Google Play store and Apple App store, we got you covered with this list of apps and software.
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Here's a list of our top USB microphones that you can use for your podcast. Depending on your budget and the environment where you're going to record, one of these microphones will probably meet your requirement.
The Blue Yeti USB microphone is a condenser microphone the provides great sound that's really great specially if you have a sound treated room to record as it's more sensitive than the dynamic ATR2100.
The ATR2100 is probably the most popular podcast microphone available in the market today not only because it cost a little less than $70 but also because it has great quality audio that can fit most podcasters budget.
Shure MV7 is the latest microphone from Shure, the maker of the popular SM7B dynamic microphone.