For you podcasters out there who want to find the best way to do a remote interview and record it on your podcast, this is for you. Rather than having them come to your place, this post will give you some tips on how to interview them over the phone and get the best results possible.
Lots of people want to get their own Podcast going. Having a successful podcast for 2 years now, I can tell you it can be a lot of fun. But it’s only as good as the content you share within it. Podcasts are typically shorter in nature because you have very little time to capture the listener, and they MUST be filled with good content to keep them listening.
A commonly asked question or misunderstood subject is how to record “cover” songs (someone else’s song) in your home music studio and sell them, or give them away (via CD, download or by other means). The reason this is such a popular question is apparent by looking at the exposure so many new artists are getting. Many times they are getting popular by doing a cover instead of their own song.
Wanna decorate your studio to look very “cool”, but do it inexpensively. Well let me help you out! First – ask yourself, what do I want my “theme” to be in my studio? Then look around for whatever you have that matches your theme.
Think you need to spend a $Million to make a great sounding CD? Think again. You can get started in your own home music studio for less than $2,000 with the following: