Hi there, podcaster. By getting a Recordical membership, you’ve taken the first step in the creation of sound you can resonate with. What’s next, you might ask? With these credits in hand, there’s a lot you can do to set yourself up for success.
Here are some ideas to help you get started:
Put a prep in your step
As a podcaster (and Recordhead), you know that high-quality sound is important. While that might be the desired end product, every great podcast actually starts with research. Nowadays, most how-to-podcast articles tell you about setting up your space. But since we’ve already taken care of that for you, here are other ways you can prepare for your recording sessions:
- Ensure your script and/or notes are accessible and easy to read;
- Keep vocal exercises ready, so you can start warming up and recording as soon as you’re inside;
- Figure out how to get yourself in the zone for recording confidently – a playlist, a poem, a power pose – whatever gets you into the right headspace;
- Drink sips of water throughout to avoid dreaded mouth noises.
Start by downloading our booking app to reserve studio time.
Get engineer support*
Whether you are new to or have experience with audio creation, it never hurts to get some professional assistance. For all of you new Recordheads, we recommend booking an audio engineer for your first recording session.
Here are some of the ways they can help:
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