As part of my experiment on using inexpensive gears in podcasting, I've stumbled across a very intriguing VST plugin.
The result..... Move over buster!
I'm so stoked over this analog obsession for a plugin giving that warm tonality.
What do you think......
So if you like the tonality and would like to get the plugin.
Read between the lines.
We have our own tonal preference to a podcaster.
But, Its is a fact that a podcaster's voice should be friendly and relatable enough for
our listener to interact with and subscribe to.
And as a podcaster, Our own voice is unique and has limitation on tonal characte.
In this episode I will be discussing keypoints to consider in improving your voice and eventually improving your podcast game.
So there's a construction going on at the side of our house, and it happens to be directly facing my studio.
Bummer. Good thing I have some nifty portable gadgets to record somehow a podcast (even if its a micro show). hahaha
So being flexible and adapting to situations is something we should be developing to keep moving forward.
There will be times that we see a jump in our podcast.
We see a large number in total plays.
That’s great, It only means your podcast is being heard and consumed by listeners.
But hold on to your horses and you might want to reconsider flexing it to your groups.
While it is true and it gives us a sense of achievement (and it is).
The total number of plays does have minute impact on marketing and even in your content development...
So how do you optimize the use of the basic data that is given to us.
Having that pristine sound starts with the gears you have. And an audio interface is a must gear for the intermediate and professional alike.
And what you’ll choose is dependent on the purpose and how you’ll use it and set it up.
Lets go for that great sounding podcast.
That moment when you don’t know where to start.
Such stage-fright can be easily be overcome by having a conversational mindset and constant practice.
Sometimes talking to yourself is handy here. A lowkey fit.
Voice recording in session.........
Okay, so we have an ordinary microphone on hand, and we say to ourselves that it may be a good idea to podcast on the go if we can somehow connect the mic on our laptop by an xlr to usb cable.
But to our surprise , we get this gruesome artifact that irritates even our patience…
Don’t fret and before you throw that cable to the dumpsters, we can somehow salvage that audio to perform decent and on the go..
For this podcast, we will be discussing about how to sound better using an xlr to usb cable.
Okay so you’ll start a podcast.
You join groups and podcast communities to ask recommendations on
key important equipment in order to start a podcast.
And you find yourself bombarded with lots of information all boiling down to buying expensive gears.
But let me tell you something.
Although having expensive gears will give you clean audio and boost some confidence.
You can actually make do with a simple frugal setup.
--->I've used a bootleg mic, directly connected to the desktop (no audio interface) just to demonstrate my point.
Hope you guys can lean from this post.
So I have been talking to some of my jock colleagues in the radio industry
on how to have that perfect broadcast voice.
We will be talking about on how to get your great personal podcast voice.
What the f*** Tony! …. We all have our own voice.
Of course, we all have our own voice to speak on.
But even if we can speak podcast.
We just have to fine tune it a bit to for our audience to have a pleasant time in listening to our podcast.
A podcaster is an ideal influencer.
Our notion of one’s worth is somehow defined by social media.
I mean, come-on… most of us long for that real time ratings in our daily feed… right.
And as the star of our own social content, most of us have the tendency of photoshopping our daily lives.
Who would not want to present an awesome day, even at the cafeteria… hahahaha
If its that simple, we are all now millionaires.
But we aren’t…..
For most beginners, and the juniors included.
They are clamoring for a concrete answer to this financially viable social media platform.
And the general answer to the question of instant monetization is not as simple as it seems.
But yeah its doable.
Its all about listening in comfort.
Trash in.... Garbage disposed in a snap.
Pranked the editor, as audio is recorded using an ordinary mic,
but it backfired on me. Howdyadodat...hahaha
Kudos to my editor for maintaining my preferred tonality!
We are on a food trip.
Considering how Filipinos have very tasteful buds,.
They have so many mouth-watering dishes you cannot simply ignore.
With each, as delectable as all the others, including Tony Lizard.
Its really hard to come up with just one prime dish.
We will be talking about the classic adobo and its orgin.
Relevance by definition is the concept of one topic being connected to another topic in a way that makes it useful to consider the second topic when considering the first.
A casual pitch that turned into something worth doing.
Podcasting that is.
And some thoughts to help you get into track!
Sharing my experience on how I got my first sponsor by accident.
We should be offering clients, our listeners/patrons as potential customers.
And this is where the importance of our pure loyal audience comes to be.
Sponsors product movement is expected, and our podcast should genuinely push our promise.
Most of us are having difficulties in monetizing our podcast.
In the podcasting business, everything is very competitive.
From creating awareness to your podcast, getting audience, maintaining listenership to building relationship to your loyal fanbase.
It is such a cumbersome task for a startup.
But with $500M projected adspend on Podcasting this 2021, who could not resist to eat the cake.
We are going to virtually peddle. YES! Peddle our product.\
Being confident at the mic
Why procrastinate just because fear is lingering.
Don't be afraid, and just speak on.
Develop an empowering trust in yourself.
In that way, you can express yourself more freely.
If Joe Rogan can do it, we can too....
A follow up on the previous episode about podcast.
The topic concentrates on the marketers perspective, and is simplified.
Listeners, Target Audience, Relationship Building, Lead Generation, and Decisive Actions