At some stage of your podcasting journey, you're going to be asking yourself if it's time to upgrade your equipment. But maybe the better question is, do you need to?
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At some stage in your podcasting journey,
you're gonna be asking yourself,
Is it time to upgrade my equipment?
Now this could be microphones, it could be the mixers that you use, it could be the hardware
or the software you're recording or editing into, but there will come a time when you'll
think do I need to upgrade? And I hate saying this, but it depends.
You might already have a great sound, even with the setup you're using at the moment.
I've said it before and I'll always say this, you don't need super expensive equipment to
get a great sound for your podcast.
The more important thing is making sure your recording environment is really good, so nice
soft surroundings, cushions, chairs, whatever you can put in there that takes away the echo
from hard walls, bare floors etc. If you do want to upgrade your equipment, start small and get
feedback from other podcasters and listeners to see what part of the podcast they enjoy.
Then if you want to upgrade your equipment you'll know which one to focus on. Maybe you do want to
upgrade to an XLR mic and use an audio interface for example, or maybe you want to upgrade your
interface and improve that side of things. But really you don't need to worry about upgrading
your equipment right away if your podcast sounds good and you're happy with the end result.
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