The ideal is to interview people from your sector (you can use Zencastr ), but you can start by speaking yourself as I have done. In this case you will need a better microphone. These are the ones that other podcasters more expert than me recommend and that I ended up buying. Choose depending on your budget: I recommend you: Rode USB podcast microphone (mine) Audio-Technica ATR2100-USB Microphone Pop filter Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam If you do interviews with someone.
Recommend using Zencastr (it records without cuts because the audios are recorded on each computer and then joined) or Skype, which allows you to directly record the conversation. Don't forget to create phone number list a script for each show and try not to read. If you have a blog you can use some of your articles to start. Remember to save your projects from time to time since from time to time Audacity gives an error and you have to restart it.
You can also save one as a template to get things done faster. Upload your podcast to other platforms With apps like Spreaker Studio or Anchor.fm you don't have to do almost anything because it's the tool itself that distributes your podcast with a click on the other tools with which people listen to podcasts. Spreaker is the best platform for me that I have uploaded all my podcasts to. It offers free plans and from 8 euros/month if you want extra features. Libsyn also saves your files and is a widely used audio hosting among professionals.
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