Get the A – Z Podcasting guidebook
Melbourne Audio engineer and Podcast Producer, Corey Marie Green, has developed an all-encompassing podcasting book to help you perfect your podcast, or get a new idea off the ground.
Available now from Booktopia, Corey Marie Green brings you, ‘The Podcaster’s Audio Handbook: A Technical Guide for creative people.’
Let’s say you’ve got a great idea for a podcast, but you aren’t sure where to begin. Or you’ve jumped in and interviewed an amazing guest, but you find that the audio isn’t quite right. You go online to look for a solution but come across a dizzying array of often contradictory information, written in highly technical terms.
What you need is a guide that lays out the technical side of podcasting in easy-to- understand language, preferably with cartoons.
In this informative and entertaining book, Corey shares straightforward advice on how to record great audio and prevent technical issues before they arise.
Take control of the technical side of podcasting so you can concentrate on creating great content, expressing yourself creatively and connecting with your audience.
The Podcaster’s Audio Handbook will teach you how to:
- Get your head around the audio equipment commonly used in podcasting
- Find out what you need to know about recording at home, outdoors and over the internet
- Discover industry tips for getting the best out of your interviewees
- Listen to audio examples so you can learn how to diagnose common technical issues
- Learn how to shape your content into a compelling story
Award winning audio producer and journalist, Nicole Curby, said: “This is a brilliant guide to the A – Z of podcasting. Thoroughly comprehensive, but never overwhelming, there is so much to learn here for beginners and experienced podcasters alike.
“Corey brings a wealth of knowledge, and in a stroke of genius she has created a handbook that is accessible, fun, engaging and even funny! Essential reading for anyone who wants to make a great podcast,” said Nicole.