Creating your own podcast can be an extremely fun and rewarding experience. If you ever dreamt of being a podcaster but were not sure where to begin, this course by Jonathan Slatter will show you how to get started the right way!
Podcasting is bigger than ever, and it doesn't look like its popularity is going to slow down anytime soon. It is one of the most accessible platforms for home-based reporters, musicians, business owners, etc. to reach and build an audience. In this course, you will learn everything you need to start recording your own podcasts, from connecting your gear, to recording and editing your voice using the free software Audacity.
This course starts by looking at all the essential gear you will need to start recording your podcast. You learn how to choose, handle and connect your microphone, and how to record your voice with the free software Audacity. Jonathan then explains how to edit your recordings, how to import music and adjust everything to get a well-balanced mix. You also learn to correct mistakes with punch-ins, how to record interviews with multiple microphones, and export your final podcast. Jonathan closes the course by sharing some invaluable tips to make your podcast even better.
So join Jonathan Slatter in this Beginners Guide course, and start podcasting!
The course is what it says it is, for beginners.
I was personally looking for a different kind of content,
The material was well presented and probably quite helpful for absolute beginners and setting up audio interfaces, and basic recording and editing
Will wrote on December 4, 2020
I am not sure of the exact words to use to communicate here? So, I will jus say this:
I am so Thankful for this Gentleman for, what I believe is a Gift of Teaching. I want to Say Thank You! And Please continue Instructing, Teaching, and Helping others learn!
I believe your patient approach and the way you present the material with the Audio and Visual and the Space, in which you Teach is very helpful and easy to fallow. Please keep up the good work! Thank you!