Best Podcasting Podcasts (January, 2016) There are a number of things you need to be successful in podcasting.
Great Content Great Sound Great Promotion Great Attitude No matter how great your show sound, and how much you promote it, without great content, it won't succeed. No matter how great your content is, if it is painful to listen to, or you have to constantly adjust the volume, nobody is going to listen. No matter how great you sound, and how great your content is, if you don't promote it, your growth will be slow. Without a great attitude, you won't be able to handle it when things don't go according to plan. You have to be able to roll with the punches, dodge the trolls, embrace constructive feedback, celebrate other's success, and remember to always serve your audience. Soundscapes. SoundCloud - Hear the world’s sounds.
Make Sticky Podcasts & Media [Infographic]
This is a really interesting infographic that I hope will help you make your podcast sticky! What is meant by ‘Sticky’? Well sticky ideas are easy to understand, remember and retell, and follow a ‘SUCCES’ model that grabs the listeners or viewers attention being simple, unexpected, concrete, credible, emotional, and telling a story. Check it out and see what you think. – iadt_fayk
Legal Music For Videos. Many musicians choose to release their songs under Creative Commons licenses, which give you the legal right to do things like use their music in your videos.
This is a useful website for music and possible use for your podcasts. – iadt_fayk
What is Creative Commons?
Creative Commons is a system that allows you to legally use “some rights reserved” music, movies, images, and other content — all for free. CC offers free copyright licenses that anyone can use to mark their creative work with the freedoms they want it to carry. For instance, a musician might use a Creative Commons license to allow people to legally share her songs online, make copies for friends, or even use them in videos or make remixes. For more information, visit our Learn More page. Where can I find CC-licensed music? Several sites offer music published under Creative Commons’ flexible copyright licenses. Can I use any song with a CC license on it? Almost — you need to make sure that what you want to do with the music is OK under the terms of the particular Creative Commons license it’s under.
Record Your Podcast. For best results, each podcast episode should be recorded at the same location using the same microphone and microphone positioning.
This will create a consistent sound for your podcast episodes from week to week. Terminology - Quick Overview of New Terms Since podcasting is a new technology, certain editing terms take on new meanings that you should understand before you start recording. Regions A Region is a piece of audio data. Tracks A track is where audio regions are assembled as playlists for playback. Channels A channel refers to the physical input or output of your audio interface. Now that you have basic understanding of recording terminology, let’s explore the recording process. Understanding the complete recording process To gain insight into the recording studio and how audio is recorded, you should have a basic understanding of what recording engineers call the "signal flow".
What Makes a Good Podcast? Podcasting is no longer new.
Like the HAM radio of years ago, the advent of podcasting made it easy for just about anyone to record a message and distribute it to the world. But just as YouTube made it easy for the everyday Joe to stream video, just because it’s easy to make a podcast, doesn’t mean it’s easy to make one with worthwhile content. A lot of the podcasts out there are junk. Many are just twenty-minute rants or boring unedited interviews. So even with a ton of podcasts to compete against, the good news is that it shouldn’t be too hard to stand out from the pack if you spruce yours up with a little production value.
Great podcasts are like great radio For our purposes we will be talking about audio podcasting only. When I think of podcasting, I think of radio — not gab masters like Howard Stern or Carson Daly, but dramatic radio. These shows transcend the medium and connect with the listener. 1. This sounds basic, but your show has to be edited. 2. 3.