Here are step by step instructions to help you record better audio in your podcast. I've worked in the podcasting industry since the beginning of 2006. Click on the EMS Live link (in the side bar) to hear one of the podcasts I engineer weekly.
Lesson 5: How to record interviews and panel discussions away from your studio.
Lesson 4: I have been finding more and more work recording content for podcast and audio books that will be streamed online. Here are a few steps I take to get the best results.
Lesson 3: Learn how to control the sound of your room with something called baffles. How to make them and how to use them.
Windows only: Real Traps Mode Calculator, to help you with your room acoustics
Real Traps: Lots more information on how to control the acoustics in your room
Auralex: Great prices and many packages to help any podcaster
Lesson 2: The popfilter will help you record your voice better. It breaks up you voice so it can be recording more smoothy.
Lesson 1: Here are a couple of steps in choosing you location to record your podcast.
Introduction: Should sound quality matter in your podcast? If history always seems to repeat itself, what can we learn from in the past.