We’ve talked about technical components, and we’ve also talked about how you can leave an impression with your audience, well today we talk about technical components that leave an impression. We’ll run down a variety of technical details that you may not realize can send a message to your listener. In this week’s Better Podcasting Download, SP educates himself on reddit by having people tell him why they chose to use a condenser. We’ll review and assess what everyone had to say. In this week’s Better Podback, one listener corrects us on an error we made in Episode 124. Finally, Stephen reviews a message he received from Pinecast following last week’s review.
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This podcast was recorded on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 – streamed Live to www.Geeks.Live.
Audio/Video Production by Stephen Jondrew of GonnaGeek.com. Find full episode information including links referenced in this episode at www.betterpodcasting.com/125/
Main Topic: Technical components of your podcast that can leave an impression
Better Podcasting Download: SP asks about condenser microphones
- Feedback: Stephen was wrong about Windchimes
- Update: Matt from Pinecast follows up about media links
- Custom Domain on Libsyn
- Custom Domain on Podbean
- Custom Domain on Pinecast
- Sending Email as your domain on gmail
- SP’s Reddit Thread About Condenser Mics
- Windchime Review
SP’s Microphone: Electro-Voice RE320
Stephen’s Microphone: Heil PR-781