You don’t have to be in a studio to get great audio quality. Find out the best way to set yourself up for great sound. It’s easier than you think, and it doesn’t have to take a lot of special gear to do it.
I’m breaking down the simple steps for getting great audio quality.
The good news is that much of it is in planning your space. Take an inventory. Do you have a quiet space? We have a way of tuning out things like traffic, lawn-mowers, sqeaky chairs when we’re working or if it’s part of your routine.
I live in an airport flight path and I really don’t hear the planes; but my microphone does. In the podcast I’ve outlined a few other ways to eliminate noises that “creep” in like HVAC, your laptop fan and notifications.
Once you have a quiet space, remove distractions. This means phones, kids, dogs, and spouses if you have to. Can you close the door? Can you tell everyone else to go outside? I’m kidding (a little) but you get the idea.
I also break down what to do if you are in a space that’s large, has high ceilings or lots of hard surfaces. It’s one of the things that can make your audio sound less than stellar. It’s easy to remedy and it doesn’t require buying anything either. Unless you want an in-home studio.
If that’s the case, let me know and i’ll send you a killer design!
Have questions about your space or want info on equipment? Email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll answer it on an upcoming episode.