How to Podcast

How To Podcast From Your Mac (Equipment and Software)

Feb 1st, 2010 | By | Category: How to Podcast, Podcasting Hardware, Podcasting Software

This set of videos, via Steinar Knutsen, demonstrates how to podcast with a Mac. In addition to covering how to podcast with Mac software, Knutsen touches on these topics: MacBook Pro Snow Leopard Samson CO1U USB Studio Condenser Microphone Logitech USB Headphone and Microphone Set Apple iPhone 3G Voice Memos iPhone App AudioBoo iPhone App […]

How To Report The News

Jan 29th, 2010 | By | Category: Citizen Media, General, How to Podcast, Internet TV, Video

Charlie Brooker does an amazing job, in two minutes, of explaining How To Report The News. While Brooker does not delve deeply into technical details, there’s much here that would be of use to anyone creating user-generated media.

The Pigeon: Impossible Podcast Looks At Making A 3D Animated Film

Jan 27th, 2010 | By | Category: How to Podcast, Internet TV, Podcasting, Video, Video Podcasts

The Pigeon: Impossible video podcast takes a look at what goes into making a 3D animated cartoon short. The cartoon, above, has received over 3 million views on YouTube alone. It’s a comic romp on the idea of a secret agent getting sidelined by a pigeon. The “making of” video podcast for Pigeon: Impossible is […]

The Best Podcasting Microphones

Jan 27th, 2010 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, How to Podcast, Podcasting, Podcasting Hardware

Chris from Jupiter Broadcasting offers his take on the best podcasting microphones, including the Rode Mic, the Blue Snowball, the MXL 990 & the Heil PR-40 along the way. Unfortunately, there’s really no “best podcasting microphone”. The best podcasting mic will depend on your budget, your requirements and your preferences. If you can, try out […]

Shel Holz On Why Podcasting Is “Worth Every Minute” It Takes

Jan 5th, 2010 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Featured Story, How to Podcast

When it comes to podcasting as a medium, I’m a true believer.

No, it never exploded the way microblogging or social networks have, but the number of podcasts, the adoption of podcasting by mainstream media, and the number of listeners continues to grow incrementally, not to mention general public awareness of the medium.

Do RSS Clouds Matter For Podcasting?

Sep 28th, 2009 | By | Category: How to Podcast, Podcast Distribution, Podcasting, Podcasting Software

Dave Winer, the author of the RSS 2.0 specification on which podcast feeds are based, is working on a new project, to bootstrap real-time podcast feeds: We’re trying to bootstrap a network of realtime feeds, and it’s going pretty well so far. Podcasts are implemented with RSS too, and while we have excellent examples of […]

Make A DIY Portable Vocal Booth

Aug 15th, 2009 | By | Category: How to Podcast, Podcasting, Podcasting Hardware

A common problem of indie podcasts is excessive or unwanted background noise and room sounds. Several companies have responded by marketing mini vocal booths that are portable and help block out unwanted sounds. Instructables has published a tutorial on building a DIY portable mini vocal booth: The DIY Portable Mini Vocal Booth is ideal for […]

The Making Of Raul’s World of Synths Podcast

Jul 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, How to Podcast, Podcasting

The Making of Raul’s World of Synths is a short documentary, created as a school project, that outlines Raul Pena’s process for creating his synthesizer podcast, Raul’s World Of Synths.

Producing Voiceovers with Logic 8

Feb 17th, 2009 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, How to Podcast has introduced a video tutorial course, Producing Voiceovers with Logic 8, that could be useful for podcasters. Here’s what they have to say about it: Presented by Logic master Eli Krantzberg, this collection of Logic 8 video tutorials will show you how to make professional voiceover productions for commercials, advertisements and more. Starting with […]

Make A Podcast With Garageband

Jan 31st, 2009 | By | Category: How to Podcast, Podcasting Software This series of videos demonstrates how to make a podcast with Garageband. The videos are very Apple-centric, but cover a lot of territory if you’re thinking about making podcasts on Macs.