Twenty Thousand Hertz Podcast Spotlights Shure SM7
Twenty Thousand Hertz, the Webby Award-winning podcast, partnered with Shure for its latest episode to focus on the SM7 microphone.
Podcasting Pros Ready for Pro Audio & Radio Tech Summit
Top podcasting professionals will share their insights and knowledge at the upcoming Pro Audio & Radio Tech Summit on April 1.
Telos Alliance Webinar to Breakdown Omnia Processing for Podcasters
Broadcast audio manufacturer Telos Alliance will hold an instructional webinar on applying its Omnia Processing on a podcast’s audio.
Five Crucial Podcast Sound Design Tips from Master ’Casters
Producers of top podcasts for ESPN, National Geographic and more share their insights into making the most of your audio, music and sound effects.
‘Tree of Knowledge’ Podcast Rooted in RME Interface
The home podcasting studio for Roy Rotstein's Tree of Knowledge podcast now sports an RME Babyface Pro interface.
Podcast Explores Yorkville Sound’s Ventilator Production During Pandemic
The latest episode of the Yorkville Sound Podcast focuses on how the manufacturer responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by pivoting to build ventilators.
Missing In Alaska’s Sound Puts Listeners in the Search
The intricate sound design of Missing In Alaska takes the investigative podcast from the icy shores of Alaska to the deserts of Arizona. Here's how they did it.
Reverse Engineering: ‘Song Exploder’ Podcast Puts the Pieces Back Together
Popular artists take apart their tracks on "Song Exploder," revealing to host Hrishikesh Hirway and his podcast team what it takes to create a great recording.
‘Floodlines’ Podcast Tracks Tragedy in New Orleans
Sound designer David Herman uses local sounds in creative ways to tell the story of Hurricane Katrina in the eight-part podcast "Floodlines."
Recording Compositions for Podcasts with BAE Audio
Luis Guerra, the musical director and composer for Malcolm Gladwell’s "Revisionist History" podcast, uses BAE Audio gear to help tell musical stories.
How Talkhouse Built a Podcast Production Process COVID-19 Can’t Break
When ‘Talkhouse’ host and producer Elia Einhorn got COVID-19, it put the popular podcast’s workflow to the test. The workflow won.
How the ‘Flashback’ Podcast Takes History to the Top
Apple hosts more than 1 million podcasts—and the new hit, Flashback, is in its Top 50. See how sound supports OZY/iHeartRadio’s show about the accidental side effects of history.
‘Wrongful Conviction’ Adapts to Life on the Inside
By Jim Beaugez. We’re all experiencing social isolation, but for this podcast team, changing how it produces the show is only part of the experience.
CNN’s Daily Coronavirus Podcast Beats Production Challenges
Working from separate home studios, CNN Audio and Dr. Sanjay Gupta create bite-sized content every weekday for the Coronavirus: Fact or Fiction podcast.
Podcasting? Yeah, Staples’ Got That
While some big-box retailers might jump on the podcasting boom by selling gear, Staples has a far bigger plan—it’s opened podcast studios in six test stores, with technical designs and acoustics created by Professional Audio Design’s president Dave Malekpour...
Focusrite Podcast Studio Makeover Competition Kicks Off
Have a favorite podcast that sounds awful? Has Focusrite got a contest for them—a full podcast studio makeover.
RME Fireface UFX+ Becomes Centerpiece of Crooked Media’s L.A. Studios
Crooked Media is a Los Angeles-based podcasting studio.
Mediabrands First Agency to Use Nielsen Podcast Service
Offers insights about listeners’ buying habits.
Dust Hires Stephen Michael as Head of Audio Division
Gunpowder & Sky unit set for season two of ‘Seat 14C’ podcast.