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How To Podcast
102: Preamps, Noise, Preamp Noise!
Jun 4 • 84 min
Where is that noise coming from?!
TPS101: How To Start a Podcast (2018)
Aug 22, 2017 • 81 min
Podcasting 101, learn everything you need to start a podcast right now. From choosing your topic, naming your podcast, choosing gear, recording clean audio to editing, publishing and submitting to Apple Podcasts. Start your podcast today!
TPS100: All the Podcasting Tips
Feb 11, 2017 • 124 min
Hundreds of podcasting tips
TPS099: Lessons Learned
Sep 27, 2016 • 105 min
99 podcast episodes is a lot. Hopefully, when you reach that milestone, you’ve learned a thing or two about how to make your podcast better. This episode is a collection of lessons I’ve learned over those 99 episodes. First lesson,
TPS098: The Last TPS? How Do You Stay Motivated? iTunes and Mixer Updates.
May 23, 2016 • 69 min
Is this the last Podcasters’ Studio? No. But staying motivated after years of talking about the same subject will be a challenge every podcaster faces if you do it long enough. How do you stay motivated? - In most cases,
TPS097: Cheap Gear, Advertising and Being Niche
Jan 27, 2016 • 41 min
On this fairly opinionated episode, I discuss my thoughts on “cheap” gear, advertising rates, audience numbers and who your podcast’s intro should serve. “Cheap” Podcast Gear Cheap gear is not the same as affordable gear. One I have a problem with,
TPS096: Multichannel Output and Input
Dec 12, 2015 • 41 min
Recording multichannel audio is the best way to take total control over your audio. - However, it can be difficult and/or pricey to achieve. Technically you can do multichannel with any mixer, even the cheapest ones.
TPS095: Auphonic and Where to Submit Your Podcast
Nov 8, 2015 • 55 min
You’ve created your podcast ready RSS feed so what’s next? You need to send it out to the world! - There are many places your podcast can be found however you need to submit your show’s RSS feed to multiple directories and apps in order to have people…
Podcasts Are Coming to Google!
Oct 28, 2015 • 14 min
Google is getting their own podcast directory and they want you to submit your podcast now! - In exciting news, Google is finally jumping back into podcasts by announcing that podcasts will be added to Google Play Music. -
TPS094: International Podcast Day and the Focusrite Scarlett 2i4
Sep 15, 2015 • 70 min
International Podcast Day is September 30th, find out what you can do to support and grow the medium of podcasting. - The Focusrite Scarlett 2i4* audio interface is a great little device for plugging analog gear (microphones, mixers, etc.
TPS093: Get a Mix-minus into a Smartphone and overview of the Mackie 402VLZ4
Jul 30, 2015 • 64 min
How do you get audio from your phone (iPhone, Android, etc.) into your mixer? The simple answer is you plug it in. You can use a basic stereo cable (I prefer this ”Y” cable*), plug one end into your phone’s headphone output and place the other end into.
TPS092: Social Sponsorships and the Behringer Q802USB Mixer
Jun 12, 2015 • 47 min
What’s the value of a new podcast subscriber? Would you trade 20, 50, 100 dollars an episode for a new subscriber? Two new subscribers? - A podcast sponsorship can be a hard deal to negotiate and for many smaller shows it’s not likely worth the tradeo…
TPS091: Gain Staging Any Mixer
May 5, 2015 • 48 min
Setting up a mixer can be a difficult task. Even on the smallest mixers there are numerous buttons and knobs that all affect the audio you put into it. Knowing exactly which knobs to turn and when can be confusing at best and can wreck your audio at wo..
TPS090: Replacing Media Files and Behringer Xenyx UFX1204 Mixer Review
Mar 8, 2015 • 66 min
Of the many benefits of having a great podcast media host, having the ability to seamlessly replace a file is a nice option. With both Libsyn and Blubrry (use code: PodcastHelper for a free month at both), you have the ability to insert a new file in p..
TPS089: Preamp, Processor and Editing Software
Jan 25, 2015 • 49 min
This show’s schedule is erratic at best but that doesn’t mean I think any other podcast should do the same. Not if you want to grow your show to its maximum potential. I think a show should maintain whatever schedule it sets for itself.
TPS088: Compression for Podcasts with Randy Coppinger
Nov 26, 2014 • 162 min
Ever wonder when, how or why to use compression when post-processing your podcast? If the answer is yes then this is your episode. Randy Coppinger, professional audio engineer, talks with me about using compression for your spoken word podcast and just.
TPS087: EQ for Podcasts with Rob Williams
Sep 30, 2014 • 116 min
Ever wanted to learn how to use the post processing effect EQ? This is two hours of pure EQ talk for your podcast with professional audio engineer Rob Williams. While you still need to get your hands dirty and mess with the settings to truly learn EQ,
TPS086: Loudness Normalization with Georg from Auphonic (Part 2)
Aug 22, 2014 • 76 min
Loudness normalization of your audio is a “simple” process for measuring and processing for the perceived level of your audio. Perceived levels are how the human ear interprets levels. In recent years, new standards for measuring perceived level have a.
TPS085: Auphonic and Loudness Standards with Georg Holzmann
Jul 24, 2014 • 79 min
Post processing your audio podcast can be a daunting task. Where do you start? What effects do you use? How to adjust the effects once you choose them? These questions and many more like them can easily scare a podcaster away from doing any polishing o…
TPS084: USB Power and When Do You Need a Mix-Minus?
Jun 19, 2014 • 65 min
You’ve decided you want to record Skype interviews or a remote co-host and you’ve heard about using a mix-minus setup. How do you know if this applies to your podcast? - On this episode I talk about how to know when you need a mix-minus as well how I’…
TPS083: Setting Up a Mix-Minus and Hosting Pitfalls
Apr 10, 2014 • 60 min
If you want to record Skype using a mixer you’re going to need how to setup a mix-minus. The video below will show you how to go about setting that up and the linked post below will describe the entire process as well as show you detailed photographs o…
TPS082: Zoom H6 and Crowdfunding for Podcasters
Mar 15, 2014 • 61 min
There are many ways to record your podcast. One of my favorites is directly to a digital audio recorder. The Zoom H6 is the newest in a long line of audio recorders but this one stands out amongst them all.
081: Reaching Your True Audience and Growing Your Podcast
Jan 22, 2014 • 74 min
I’m back in The Studio after spending a week in Las Vegas attending and speaking at New Media Expo 2014 (NMX). It was, as you could probably guess, a great time. If you’re a podcaster who enjoys meeting other podcasters and learning how to better your …
080: Replacing Podcasts After They’re Published
Jan 1, 2014
Are you waiting to publish your podcast until you’ve gotten everything just right? Stop. Just publish. You’re ready. - I’ve seen more than one podcast delayed by perfection. The first thing to understand is you’ll never be perfect.
079: An Alternative to Skype
Dec 9, 2013 • 33 min
Ever have an issue with Skype? Choppy connection, hiss in your audio, disconnected from your interviewee or co-host? These are just a few of the issues some podcasters are experiencing when using Skype. However, Skype,
078: Moving Your RSS Feed and Formatting Descriptions
Oct 29, 2013 • 52 min
What if you need to move your podcast RSS feed? I tell you how I accomplished this with one of the feeds we have at my work via a special RSS tag (see the links section below for the code). - Also discussed is the number of episodes you’ll see listed …
077: RSS Feeds and FeedBurner
Sep 28, 2013 • 56 min
Have you run into the 512kb limit imposed on your feed via FeedBurner? This episode will give you some solutions about how to fix it or what to be on the lookout for so your feed doesn’t go down. - If you’re just weary of the FeedBurner’s future and w…
076: Random Thoughts on Recording Audio
Aug 3, 2013 • 59 min
I try a new way of recording my podcast (mic to Fethead to H4n, no mixer) and have a totally off-the-cuff episode filled with other thoughts about recording audio. In other words… I go off “script.” -
075: Podcasting Hurdles – Getting Past Common Barries to Starting a Podcast
Jul 5, 2013 • 52 min
What were the largest hurdles you had to overcome when starting a podcast? - Starting anything can be tough. The first sentence of a school paper, an about page on your blog, show notes for your podcast episode,
074: iTunes Feed Specs and HOA for Podcasters
Jun 7, 2013 • 53 min
Hangouts On-Air (HOA) have been a great experiment for my newest podcast, Podcasters’ Roundtable. I’ve tried several different live-streaming options and HOA’s have been remarkably effective in getting people to actually show up and participate.
073: Securing Your WordPress Website with Dustin Hartzler
May 20, 2013 • 66 min
Protect your WordPress website from malicious hackers, spam and other bots attempting to invade your site by taking some simple steps for non-coders. - Plugins are a great way to enhance the security of your WordPress website.
072 – FetHead In-line Microphone Preamp
Apr 19, 2013 • 53 min
Do you have a microphone, mixer or recorder that requires you to turn up the gain settings really loud in order to get a good signal? The FetHead might just be your answer to bringing those gain levels back down and reducing the hiss and noise you’re g…
071 – USB Dynamic Podcasting Microphones with Matt McGlynn
Mar 30, 2013 • 79 min
Microphones! Matt McGlynn from Recording Hacks joins me “in Studio” to talk all about microphones (a passion and hobby of his) and specifically those mics that work best for most podcasters. - Matt’s site, Recording Hacks,
070 – Show intros, Zoom H4n and the Top Podcast Directories
Feb 26, 2013 • 57 min
I recently spoke on the topic of podcasting at Social Media Week D.C. (#SMWDC) and it presented some great opportunities to use gear that I don’t always use and speak to people face to face instead of from behind the mic.
069 – WordPress for Podcasting with Dustin Hartzler from Your Website Engineer
Jan 27, 2013 • 89 min
Your website is your podcast’s central hub, its home on the web. It’s where you have an entire archive of all your episodes, links you mentioned in any given show, buttons to follow, share and continue the conversation on social media,
Ep. 068 – Shoot Video Like a Pro and My Audio Podcast Workflow
Jan 6, 2013 • 65 min
Take a behind the scenes listen to the audio workflow that I use to produce an episode of The Podcasters’ Studio. - Want to learn how to shoot better video for your podcast, YouTube channel or just your home movies?
Ep. 067 – Using Affiliates with Your Podcast to Make Money
Dec 16, 2012 • 85 min
Want an easy way to start making money with your podcast? Start using affilate links in your content. - It may sound too simple to be effective but signing up for an affiliate program and placing links in your website’s text and/or mentioning them on …
Ep. 066 – The Status of Podcasts on the Zune Marketplace with Rob Greenlee
Nov 28, 2012 • 80 min
The goal of this episode was simple. Find out what happened to Zune.net and podcasts on the Zune Marketplace. - To achieve this goal I went straight to the source. I talk to Rob Greenlee the Project Manager for podcasts on the Zune Marketplace. -
Ep. 065 – Pro Mics into an H4n, Reducing Hiss, Hardware Processing, and Media Hosting
Nov 4, 2012 • 55 min
First order of business is Zune. It appears that links to my podcast and everyone else for that matter, are broken. That’s because Zune.net is gone. This means that when you click your old link to Zune (if you had one on your site) you are now taken to…
Ep. 064 – The Future of FeedBurner, G+ Hangouts On-Air for Video Podcasting and ATR 2100 Mic Demo
Oct 6, 2012 • 48 min
Have you heard that Google might be shutting down Feedburner? - Lots of people have but is it true? I have some of my own ideas and great resources for getting a much better picture of what is really going on. -
Ep. 063 – Libsyn Updates and Insights into iTunes, Podcast Stats and Hosting.
Sep 20, 2012 • 64 min
Rob Walch from Wizzard Media and Libsyn.com joins us once again to talk about all the recent improvements to podcast hosting on Libsyn. - Even if you don’t have a Libsyn account or don’t plan to have one anytime soon,
Ep. 062 – Listening for Problems in Your Podcast’s Audio and My Rack Gear Compressor
Aug 20, 2012 • 59 min
Have you ever speaker tested your podcast? Have you done it lately? - Speaker testing your podcast means listening to your show the way your audience does, on many different devices.Your audience listens to your show in their car,
Ep. 061 – Google Listen Discontinued
Aug 6, 2012 • 20 min
Google announces that it will no longer support their native podcasting application, Google Listen. - If you are using the Listen app, you’ll still be able to listen to podcasts however after Novemeber 11,
Ep. 060 – Starting Your First Podcast: A First Time Podcaster’s Experience
Jul 29, 2012 • 54 min
From blogger to podcaster, Jeff Yin shares his experience of starting his very first podcast. - Jeff attended Blogworld NYC 2012 as a blogger and quickly learned he’d make a great podcaster after attending several of the podcasting track sessions incl…
Ep. 059 – Part Two – Audio Post Production for Podcasters with Joe Gilder
Jun 3, 2012 • 48 min
We’re back in the Studio with Joe Gilder, audio engineer and podcaster, for part two in our discussion about audio post production for podcasters. - On this episode (part 2 of 2) Joe and I open up the audio editor and take a look at the effects we use..
Ep. 058 – Audio Post Production with Joe Gilder (part 1)
May 23, 2012 • 53 min
There’s lots of training online for audio post production. However, most of the information is focused on mastering audio for music. As podcaster’s our main post production concerns involve techniques related to mastering for voice only.
Ep. 057 – The Benefits of Using a Mixer
Apr 16, 2012 • 46 min
Adding a mixer to your podcast studio will allow your productions to grow along with your show. - As you get further along in your podcasting venture, you’ll likely want to add in more capabilities such as Skype hosts and guests,
Ep. 056 – SXSW, Archiving Your Podcast, and Powerpress 3.0
Mar 24, 2012 • 29 min
Fresh off my return from SXSW, I share my experiences from the conference and a couple panels I saw that led me to bigger ideas about my podcast, sharing and your show’s legacy. - One of the speakers I sat in on was Jason Scott from the Internet Archi…
Ep. 055 – Podcast Currency: How Your Podcast Pays You Back
Feb 15, 2012 • 42 min
You produce a podcast that you make available for free and in fact spend lots of your own money on (if you’re truly invested). So how does your podcast pay you back? - A podcast pays in both tangible and non-tangible ways.
Ep. 054 – Free Audio Hosting Woes
Jan 5, 2012 • 44 min
Blip.tv announces they will no longer accept audio only uploads. For the past six years or so, Blip.tv has been kindly hosting audio only files for free. Blip.tv is primarily a video site and now they’re cementing that with the discontinuation of audio…
Ep. 053 – Podcasting Controversies – Part 2 of my Interview with Dave Jackson
Oct 9, 2011 • 50 min
We continue where we left off talking to Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting. - On this episode Dave and I chat about podcasting software and how using old gear can be just as effective as buying brand new.
Ep. 052 – An Interview with Dave Jackson from the School of Podcasting (Part 1)
Sep 24, 2011 • 36 min
An interview with Dave Jackson from The School of Podcasting’s Morning Announcements. A “podcast that talks about all things Podcasting. From planning planning, producing, and promoting your podcast along with all the tools and techniques.” -
Ep. 051 – Back to Podcasting Basics (Part 2 of 2)
Aug 30, 2011 • 50 min
[See Part 1 First] Continuing where I left off in part one of this two part series, I wrap things up with a discussion about the remaining basic pieces you’ll need to start a successful podcast. I’m defining a successful podcast here as a podcast that …
Ep. 050 – Back to Podcasting Basics (Part 1 of 2)
Aug 5, 2011 • 39 min
Learn the basics of podcasting from how to decide on a topic to choosing gear, software and hosting for your website and media. - You’ve decided you want to start your own podcast and now you need to know how to proceed.
Ep. 049 – Noisy Headphones, Free Graphics Editor, and Creating Supplemental Video
Jul 16, 2011 • 46 min
On this episode I talk about the effect that bad headphones can have on your podcast’s audio. Headphones that don’t fit properly, are not well built or are simply turned up too loud can affect that amount of feedback that your mic hears.
Ep. 048 – Audio Only Live Streaming Via Mixlr And Podcast Myths
Jun 27, 2011 • 41 min
Have you ever wanted to live stream your podcast in an audio only player? Finally a solution that caters to audio only podcasters has arrived in the form of mixlr.com. A live streaming, audio only applicationavailable for both PC and Mac. -
Ep. 047 – Recording a Double-Ender Podcast
May 24, 2011 • 52 min
When you want the absolute best quality recording from your remotely co-hosted podcast, you record a double-ender. - A double-ender is a type of recording where everyone on the podcast episode records their own audio.
Ep. 046 – Show Notes and Increasing Audience Participation
Apr 3, 2011 • 37 min
As a podcast producer you have likely heard that you need to create good show notes for each episode. But what does this mean and how do you accomplish it? On this episode I talk about the elements that make up good show notes (descriptive,
Ep. 045 – Libsyn Launches a New Monetization Model for Podcasters – An Interview with Rob Walch
Mar 19, 2011 • 33 min
Wizzard Media recently announced that they are implementing a new program that will allow podcast producers, with any Libsyn.com account, to monetize their content. A basic Libsyn account can be purchased for as little as five dollars a month which wou…
Ep. 044 – Media Kits and A New Sponsorship Opportunity for Your Podcast
Feb 28, 2011 • 72 min
- Learn how to start preparing your podcast’s media kit and about a new affiliate sponsorship opportunity from Audible.com. - I start off by answering a question from Sean who wants to know how he can improve the audio for his screencasts?
Ep. 043 – Royalty Free Music and Using Your Basic Web Hosting Plan to Deliver Your Podcast
Feb 11, 2011 • 45 min
On this episode I debut my new show intro and talk about how my new podcast music can affect your show’s production value. - I also introduce a few new elements to the show’s introduction including an episode number and a tag-line.
Ep. 042 – Microphones for Video and iTunes Metadata
Jan 24, 2011 • 39 min
On this episode, Soundcloud.com announces that they will soon be supporting RSS feeds for their audio hosting service. I discuss what I think of the service for use as a podcast audio hosting solution and how you can get into the Soundcloud beta to be …
Ep. 041 – Autopost Your Podcast to Facebook, Archiving Content and Hardware Versus Software FX Processors
Jan 4, 2011 • 45 min
On this episode I talk about how to post your podcast feed to facebook automatically including an audio player and how to keep your podcast alive after you stop producing it and paying for hosting. I also discuss the differences between using a ha…
Ep. 040 – USB Mixers, Recording Skype Video, and Podcasting Statistics for 2010
Dec 19, 2010 • 49 min
When choosing a mixer for your podcast there are some special considerations that I think each podcaster should think about before making their purchase. Some of these include the number of mic inputs your mixer will allow.
Ep. 039 – Audio Editors, Virtual Cart Machines, and Using Analytics to Track Success
Dec 1, 2010 • 46 min
Adobe Audition is now out for the Mac. Find out what I like about it, what I think you could use as an alternative and the effects I use when using Audition to process my audio. - Also discussed on this episode are virtual cart machines (soundbyte,
Ep. 038 – Podcasting and the Law – An Interview with Entertainment Attorney Gordon Firemark
Nov 19, 2010 • 62 min
On this episode I interview entertainment lawyer and podcaster, Gordon Firemark. - We talk about the many different legal issues surrounding podcasting and podcasters including copyright, fair use, model releases and much more.
Ep. 037 – A WordPress Feed Fix, A New Home for your Podcast, and a Great Blogworld Keynote
Nov 4, 2010 • 32 min
On this episode I introduce you to a new resource on ThePodcastersStudio.com, the newly redone blog which will be used to share emails that I receive regarding podcasting questions. Now everyone will benefit from the information I exchange with those p…
Ep. 036 – Logo Design for Your Podcast
Sep 29, 2010 • 28 min
The importance of having a clean, easy to read, relevant show logo. Learn why your podcast’s show art is so important and how to improve on the one you already have or create one for free. - Also find out how to use Posterous to host your podcast for …
Ep. 035 – Phone Calls From Within Your Browser via Gmail
Aug 27, 2010 • 33 min
On this episode I talk about making voice calls from within your browser via Gmail, Podcamp Philly 4 and the presentation I’ll be giving, Camtasia for the mac, Gnomedex 10, and I’ll answer a few of your call in questions.
Ep. 034 – How to Avoid Losing Contact with Your Audience
Jul 12, 2010 • 40 min
On this episode, Vincent, host of This Week in Virology, calls in to talk about his mix-minus setup. Grant wants to know about slow download speeds from files hosted on blip.tv and I talk about having a plan to stay connected to your audience if one or…
Ep. 033 – Multiple Feeds via Libsyn, Edit Your YouTube Videos, A Critical Piece of Podcast Gear and More!
Jun 18, 2010 • 44 min
Learn how to use your single Libsyn account to create multiple feeds, edit video in the cloud via YouTube, stalk that twitter account that you want but someone else has, and find out one of the most important parts of your podcast studio that you might…
Ep. 032 – Sponsor Your Own Podcast
Jun 7, 2010 • 42 min
On this episode I talk about progress made in my experiments with html5 for audio and video, thoughts about sponsoring your own podcast, and new ideas about how to market your show with the intent of growing your audience. -
Ep. 031 – Mixers, Mix-Minus, and Edirol vs Zoom Comparison
May 10, 2010 • 40 min
On this episode I’m talking about new gear in the studio including a Mackie ProFX12 mixer and the Zoom H4n. - I also discuss how I do a mix-minus setup for recording Skype calls. And I’m curious as a podcaster,
Ep. 030 – A Feedburner Refresher And Video Embed Players
Mar 23, 2010 • 40 min
On this episode I give you a Feedburner refresher course. What it’s used for, what it does, and why you might want to use it to add some spice and flexibility to your podcast RSS feed. - I also take a few minutes to discuss some of the issues that can…
Ep. 029 – Gmail, Avatars, and Paypal
Mar 11, 2010 • 32 min
Learn about why I like having a gmail account for each show I produce. The importance of having a recognizable avatar across all your online communities, and how to use Paypal for free. - right-click to download
Ep. 028 – The Technical Pieces to Making Your Show a Success
Mar 3, 2010 • 42 min
If your podcast was up for an award, would it be a winner? On this episode you’ll find out which elements of a podcast are judged for The Podcast Awards. Get an inside look at the voting process and use it to make your show stronger. -
Ep. 026 – Podcast Statistics
Feb 16, 2010 • 45 min
Where do you find statistics about your podcast? I hear this question often and with it usually comes confusion about what exactly is going on with the stats you get from Feedburner. On this episode I talk all about the different places to find stats f…
Ep. 025 – Learn How to Podcast Like a Pro – A Presentation Given at Podcamp Philly 3
Jan 31, 2010 • 64 min
A presentation I gave at Podcamp Philly 2009 about how to get the skills of a professional podcaster. - I talk about everything from audio to video. How to learn the skills needed to produce high quality podcasts on the level of a professional such as…
Ep. 024 – Live Streaming Your Podcast
Jan 23, 2010 • 26 min
Going live to the internet is as easy as turning on your camera and connecting to any number of great free services. Broadcasting your podcast live adds a good deal of value to your show including live interaction with viewers, instant feedback,
Ep. 023 – Video Podcasting
Jan 18, 2010 • 31 min
Learn how to get started in video podcasting and some fun YouTube hacks. - I talk about what cameras you need as well as other gear needed to start a video podcast. Also discussed are hosting options for you video, audio for video,
Ep. 022 – Video Interview with Indie Artist Matthew Ebel
Jan 1, 2010 • 6 min
An interview with independent music artist, Matthew Ebel who generates all his income solely through premium membership based podcasting. - Matthew is a well know musician in podcasting circles and you can hear his music being played on various shows …
Ep. 021 – All About iTunes
Dec 25, 2009 • 41 min
iTunes is one of the most important tools for a podcaster. Regardless of how you feel about Apple, the iTunes software and store is something that every podcaster should be familiar with inside and out. -
Ep. 020 – VIDEO Interview with Steve Cherubino (from Podcamp Philly ’09)
Dec 6, 2009 • 2 min
Steve Cherubino interviewed at Podcamp Philly 2009 about his show the Podnutz Podcast. - Steve gives us a tip from his presentation on podcasting about how to dramitcailly increase the number of viewers for your podcast with one,
Ep. 019 – Deciding on a Show Topic and Developing Show Ideas – (GV Expo 2009 Podcasting Presentation)
Dec 5, 2009 • 32 min
A presentation given at the 2009 GV Expo on strategies for deciding on a podcast show topic and developing ideas for show content. Above is the powerpoint slides I used in the presentation. Other things to take note of during this presentation and…
Ep. 018 – Video interview at Podcamp Philly 2009 with the Mike Tech Show
Nov 29, 2009 • 6 min
A video interview (6 min.) with Mike from the Mike Tech Show. I recorded live to file, a few video interviews from Podcamp Philly 2009 at Temple University and I’m bringing them to you as bonus content to the normal audio show. -
Ep. 017 – Part 2 of my Interview with Jeff Roney
Nov 27, 2009 • 25 min
Jeff’s back in the studio, virtually via Skype, with part two of our interview. - On this episode we talk about twitter strategies, connecting with your audience, SEO, being a more efficient podcaster, content ideas for your show,
Ep. 016 – Podcast Freebies, Skype Tune Up, Mic Review, and Much More
Nov 11, 2009 • 26 min
This episode of The Podcasters Studio takes a look at a variety of podcasting options such as how to record Skype calls for free (if you’re on a mac), how to make your Skype better suited for recording interviews,
Ep. 015 – An Interview with Podcaster Jeff Roney from Roneyzone Productions (part I)
Nov 5, 2009 • 30 min
On this episode of The Podcasters Studio I talk with Jeff Roney from Roneyzone Productions. Jeff also produces several other podcasts and incorporates a whole host of voice actors in his original work, New World Army Podcast. -
Ep. 014 – Getting Audio into your Computer
Oct 25, 2009 • 21 min
On this episode of The Podcasters Studio (TPS) I talk about the TPS website redesign, the importance of getting a business card made for your podcast, and some thoughts about mics, mixers, and audio interfaces. -
Ep. 013 – Free Audio Editing Solutions
Oct 8, 2009 • 19 min
There are many ways to record and edit your podcast. - In this episode I cover some of the best free solutions out there available to podcasters. - I talk about products such as Audacity, Garageband, and host of great web based solutions presented by…
Ep. 012 – An Interview with Cliff Ravenscraft of GSPN.TV
Sep 25, 2009 • 71 min
On this episode of The Podcasters Studio I interview Cliff Ravenscraft of GSPN.tv. Cliff is a full time podcaster meaning he makes his living, all of his income from podcasting. - Listen as Cliff explains his life before deciding to turn podcasting in…
Ep. 011 – Successful Twitter Strategies for Podcasters
Sep 3, 2009 • 18 min
Successful Twitter Strategies for Podcasters - How to Find, Engage, and Build Your Audience via Twitter - Learn how to find the exact people your show is targeting. Get quality followers and build your shows audience with my method for using Twitter e…
Ep. 010 – Plugins and Widgets for Your Podcast’s WordPress Blog
Jul 10, 2009 • 23 min
On this episode I take a look at increasing the value of your blog through plugins and widgets. These are some of the plugins and widgets that I use here at The Podcasters Studio dot com and the ones I feel will benefit you the most as a podcaster.
Ep. 009 – Creative Commons and Podcast Production Resources
Jun 23, 2009 • 13 min
On this episode of The Podcasters Studio I talk about Creative Commons Licensing, what it is, why you want to use it as a podcaster, and how to use it. - Also I talk about some of my favorite free resources that I use to produce my podcast and as a re…
Ep. 008 – An Interview with Susan Bratton of the Personal Life Media Podcasting Network
Jun 17, 2009 • 45 min
Susan Bratton is co-founder and CEO of Personal Life Media. She also hosts her own wildly successful podcast called DishyMix. - Personal Life Media is a podcast network consisting of 40 different podcasts.
Ep. 007 – Marketing Your Podcast
Apr 27, 2009 • 28 min
Promoting your podcast can take just as much time as it takes to produce a single episode and really it’s a never ending process. However, this is an essential part of growing your community. - On this episode learn the various techniques that have wo…
Ep. 006 – Podcast Hosting Solutions
Apr 15, 2009 • 14 min
On this episode of The Podcasters Studio I talk about where to host your podcast files. It’s important before you officially launch your podcast that you have a hosting solution. You need to have a place where your mp3 or video files live. -
Ep. 005 – Feedburner for the Podcaster
Apr 4, 2009 • 22 min
On this edition of The Podcasters Studio Ray talks about the importance of using Feedburner if you are a podcaster. - Feedburner.com, recently purchased by Google, is service that allows you to customize your feed. Once you have a feed for your show,
Ep. 004 – Blogging for the Podcaster
Apr 3, 2009 • 15 min
On this edition of The Podcasters Studio I talk about the importance of having a blog site for your podcast. - Having a podcast is not enough. Sure you can let your show live only in places like iTunes or Youtube but what about those times when you wa…
Ep. 003 – Skype for the Podcaster
Apr 2, 2009 • 14 min
On this episode of The Podcasters Studio I talk about Skype. What it is and the different ways it can be used. - Special focus is placed on the benefits of using Skype for podcasters. Learn what you will need to start conducting interviews with Skype …
Ep. 002 – How to Start a Podcast – The Gear and Software Needed to Produce Your Own Podcast
Apr 2, 2009 • 37 min
On this episode of The Podcaster’s Studio I talk about the tools (hardware, software, and tips) you’ll need to start your very own podcast. - Learn about the different levels of production quality and decide where what category you fall into (on the c…
Ep. 001 – A Welcome to The Podcasters Studio
Apr 1, 2009 • 9 min
Hello Podcasters or anyone simply with an interest in podcasting! - This is the first post on this blog site and I just wanted to take a moment to tell you what this site is all about. - The Podcasters Studio primary goal is to take you behind the sc…