Podcasting for Beginners: A Guide to Getting Started


If you've always wanted to start a podcast, but have no idea where to begin, you've come to the right place! AB has compiled a complete guide to the ins and outs of podcasting. He guides you through gathering the equipment needed for both a solo and a multiple-microphone podcast, shares audio recording tips and software suggestions, demonstrates audio-editing software, and takes you through the final steps toward publishing your podcast. 

After getting started with AB, turn to our How to Fix Your Audio in Post and Using Parametric EQ to Shape Your Sound videos for advice on recording and editing your podcast.



There"s two of us starting a podcast One lives in Illinois the other in Kentucky. How can we produce our podcast living in two different states?

Hi Karen - 

You can use a remote recording podcast platform to record a podcast with hosts in different locations.  Look into Zencastr, Ringr, Squadcast, Riverside.fm and video conferencing software like Skype or Zoom for starters. You can also record each host locally and match up the audio during the edit via your DAW. If you have additional questions feel free to e-mail us at:  [email protected]

Thanks a lot! This is exactly what I needed!

Thanks - this was an awesome explanation of podcasting basics!