The right equipment makes all the difference, in life and podcasting.

Choosing the right podcast equipment can make a big difference the quality and effectiveness of your branded podcast. Today we will go over some podcast equipment: what you need, and why you need it.

Here is our recommended podcast equipment list

All of this can be overwhelming but it really doesn’t have to be, not at all. Most microphones are plug and play, especially if you are sticking with USB. If you are a business professional looking to start a podcast or level up your sales game, there are super simple options for you that will work every time.

One of the most important things you can do to sound better on podcasts is to wear headphones. You don’t need the really big and serious ones if you are not editing but you really need to get the sound out of the room and into your ears. When sound is coming out of your computer during a recording your microphone will pick it up and create a lag and echo.

The best way to avoid this is by wearing headphones. 99% of creating a good sounding podcast is about how you record the audio. A good mic and headphone will go a really long way to getting you a solid end product.

The good news is not only have we created a guide for you above, we have also created a 20 minute mini course on podcast equipment so you know exactly what to buy and why. Sounds pretty awesome right? Well, it is.

 

 

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