Launching a podcast is a little tech and a HUGE mental game of overcoming fear, getting out of your own way, and (sometimes) a daily grind.
Join me as I share what I've picked up on my podcasting journey over the last 5 years, hosting over 250 episodes, growing as a host and editor, developing systems and processes, and beginning to share what I've learned.
The road is hard-fought and has allowed me to help other podcasters launch, improve their shows, up their editing games, and more. And I've been able to edit over 300 episodes myself.
Join me on my quest to help 1,000 podcasters launch, sustain, and improve their shows.
It seems like nearly every other day I’m answering some podcaster’s question about Anchor. Listen to discover my thoughts for what Anchor is good for, what it’s not good for, and whether YOU should use it for your podcast.
The other day I just couldn’t seem to get a mix to sound right. No matter what I did with the EQ. Until I tried this free plug-in that I downloaded about two years ago.
Yesterday was the Christian Podcasters' Summit. Not only did I get to share about audio production, I was also able to answer some questions. Maybe you have questions I could answer, too.
Today's the day for the Christian Podcasters' Summit. I've been working hard and so have the other speakers. Get your ticket at https://toptieraudio.com
If you’re thinking about attending the Christian Podcasters’ Summit, you might wonder if it’s going to be overwhelming. Here’s what I’m doing to help make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
How to virtually guarantee ✔️ that you'll take action to improve your podcast with the #ChristianPodSummit – 1KP0025
Have you ever gone to an event or taken a class to improve your podcast but then never done anything about it? Here's a plan to virtually guarantee you'll take action.
One of the cool things about podcasting is that there really aren’t any rules. You can decide what works for you. There are no gatekeepers.
Why would you spend money on a summit if you don’t know what to expect? I get it. Here’s some what I’m planning to share in the audio production portion.
The mantra for improving your podcast is “do the work.” And it’s true…to a point. But if you don’t also do this, you may NEVER improve.
You’re working fast and trying to improve your podcast. It might seem like following a framework and adding structure might slow you down. But the reality is often quite the opposite…if you’ll stick with it.