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TWiRT 285 - Capturing Audio for Podcasts with Mike Phillips

If it sounds sketchy, distorted, or muffled, they won’t listen. Podcasting studio guru, Mike Phillips, divulges his secrets for capturing clean, clear audio. Mics, pre-amps, consoles - what he recommends and how to use them. This is a must-watch for podcasters and any audio content creators!

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Sennheiser MKE 416 shotgun mic - used by Voice Actors everywhere.
Rode NTG3 shotgun mic - lower-priced alternative to the MKE 416
Audio Technica ATR2100-USB mic - low-priced with very good quality
Focusrite Scartlett 2i2 mic pre-amp and USB interface
Manley Mono Mic Preamp - high-end, high-quality mic preamp
Behringer mixer with built-in USB interface
Lineup of small Mackie mixers for home audio production

Guest: Mike Phillips - Podcast Studio Consultant

Chris Tobin, IP-Solutionist
Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting

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