Record Vocals Without Breaking the Bank

Last year I stepped out of my comfort zone and went from only writing my opinions to recording them audibly as well.

When the budget is tight, you have two choices: 1. wait it out until you have the funds to “do it properly” or 2. make it work and improve as you go. The first podcasting episodes I was a part of were recorded via Anchor.fm using my cell phone. I’m still a regular user of the fantastic platform that has helped countless people get their podcasts going, it just serves a different role for me now.

Outside of still using Anchor to distributing podcasts, the rest of the process has changed…a lot.

I wanted to share the recording set up that I have now in case anyone is looking to improve their podcast quality. The great thing about this set up is that it can be used in several different ways including music vocals. Oh, and it won’t cost you thousands of dollars like you may think.

I’m going to take you through the acquisitions I have made in order as I believe that it allows for a natural sequence of growth. Read more here

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Eric BostonEric Boston: Husband – Father – Teacher – Student | Writer for The Writing Cooperative & Creative Cafe | www.outofthepenbaseball.com | ericnboston.blogspot.com

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