Podfest Expo Tech Tuesday
The three best podcast friends are back for another show of The Podcast Club and are talking all things tech. We kick it off with talking Marcus and him inviting us to Tech Tuesday discussion at Podfest. We’re also talking about how Billions has the best audio engineers in the history of audio engineers, well, at least in Molly’s opinion. We’re also talking recording podcast through phones and how it can be done correctly and situations where we’ve had to use phones and how we set it up.
0:43 Adam talks about the Hoover App, what it is and how it has come to help him and his team in the company
2:02 Adam talks about Tech Tuesday and the Cloud Microphones, their specs and if he would recommend them to a podcaster
4:30 Marcus explains the reasons why most podcasters do not want to use ribbon microphones and in what context a ribbon Mic would be good for
7:51 Adam and Marcus talks about figure 8 pattern feature in microphones and if microphones with that feature are good for podcasting
9:14 Marcus and Molly also talk about Tech Tuesday and what people should be expecting and the people they should b expecting too
13:00 Marcus and Adam talk about Podfest Expo and the whole community and what it is aiming for
14:13 Molly, Marcus and Adam talk about recording a podcast remotely and which is the best platform to use for that and how Zencastr raised $ 4.6 million in funding
18:29 Marcus, Molly and Adam also explains why people need to activate their part of the brain that differentiate good and bad audio especially as a podcaster
20:54 Molly talks about Billions, the Television show that she thinks has the best audio as compared to other shows she has watched
22:04 Marcus and Adam talks about the DPA Microphones and if they would recommend it to someone else
23:40 Molly talks about the new podcasts that have recently hit the market and shares her thoughts on some of them
25:27 Molly also talks about Cadence 13 and how they are putting out all audio movies now and share their thoughts on that
29:16 Molly, Marcus and Adam talk about racism and cancel culture and the importance of not being a racist as a podcaster
33:40 Marcus explains how you can do better audio on Clubhouse and the equipments that are compatible and best to use in Clubhouse
44:53 Adam talks about loopback audio, what it is and if it is good to be used in tools of recording especially for podcasts
45:26 Adam also talks about the RME BabyFace Pro FS audio interface and all its cool features and why he would recommend it to a podcaster
50:22 Marcus and Adam also explain what the loopback audio is and what it can do and if you can record separate voices
55:57 Marcus talks about recording from Zoom, Skype and Riverside and what he would recommend podcasters to use
57:46 Molly talks about Triton Digital and for how much it was bought and also how to increase the worth of your podcast company
1:02:44 Molly shares her thoughts on the relationship between black people, white people and the Clubhouse
Some people don’t have the part of the brain activated that can recognize good or bad audio.
Once you’ve heard good, you can’t un-hear it and you can’t go backwards.
It’s not just about microphones that make good audio, it’s all about placement.
Tech Tuesdays are a series of learning events from NCDD focused on technology for engagement.
A microphone with a Figure-8 or bidirectional pickup pattern is sensitive to sound coming from the front and coming from the rear, but has a very high rejection for sound coming from the sides.
Clubhouse is an invitation-only audio-chat iPhone app launched in April 2020 by Paul Davison and Rohan Seth of Alpha Exploration Co. In May 2020, the social networking app was valued at nearly $100 million. On January 21, 2021, the valuation reached $1 billion.
Podfest Expo is a community of people who are interested in and passionate about sharing their voice and message with the world through the powerful mediums of audio and video. We’re proud to unite as many people as possible to learn, get inspired, and grow better together.
Billions is an American television drama series created by Brian Koppelman, David Levien, and Andrew Ross Sorkin. The series premiered on Showtime on January 17, 2016, and has produced five complete seasons to date, with a sixth season in suspended production.
Cadence13, a division of Entercom, is a media company started in 2015 and based out of New York City that creates, distributes and monetizes audio content, primarily podcasts. The company is helmed by Chief Executive Officer Spencer Brown, Chief Content Officer Chris Corcoran and President John Murphy.