BIn today’s episode we talk about how the phrase “Practice Makes Perfect” applies to your podcast. We’ll discuss why it’s important to practice, WHERE you can practice, and places you definitely shouldn’t practice. In this week’s Better Podcasting Download, we’ll help you get in touch with your inner Canadian as we talk about the Infinite Dial Canada Research conducted by Edison. In Better Podback, we take listener/viewer feedback, including answering the question – “Who Is Johnny Pennington?” Finally, Stephen is ready to share the fix that he implement for the Zoom L-12 Clip/Click issue he has previously discussed. Not familiar with Better Podcasting? We’re a podcast that provides podcasting advice focused toward hobby podcasters. We focus on the ways that you can help make your podcast better while also keeping you informed about the latest podcast news and updates.
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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/126/
Main Topic: Ways that practicing for your podcast can help make it better.
Better Podcasting Download: The Infinite Dial Canada, by Edison Research and Triton Digital
- Feedback: Who is Johnny Pennington and does he have a podcast?
- Feedback: Condenser vs Dynamic Microphone choises
- Feedback: What cameras do we use for our podcasts / video shows?
- Feedback: iHeartRadio Manual Podcast Submission
- Update: Stephen reveals how he fixed his Zoom L-12 Clipping Issue
- Infinite Dial Canada
- Dyami Plotke’s Trip to Zoom Headquarters
- Better Podcasting #124 – Infinite Dial (US) Discussion
SP’s Microphone: Electro-Voice RE320
Stephen’s Microphone: Heil PR-781