Episode 9: Improving Podcast Recording Quality

The best way to save yourself time when editing is to improve your recording quality. Saving yourself the need to edit out background noises, echoes and annoying microphone noises.

Our question this week came from Victor who asked for tips on getting better recordings. In this episode we talk about: microphone technique, recording spaces, sound proofing, editing techniques for noise, annoying notifications, vocal ticks, and that annoying tutting noise.

If you want to ask a question head over to http://abruptaudio.com/podtipspod or email us hello@abruptaudio.com

Listen to Victor’s Podcast, The Generic Board Game Podcast: https://genericboardgame.podbean.com/

 

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The podcast is made and presented by Chris Huskins and Ant McGinley – The Podcast Guys @ Abrupt Audio.

Recorded on 2x ATR2100 microphones, plugged in to a Zoom H6. Edited on Adobe Audition CC. Music purchased from AudioJungle.net

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