Rode Podcaser USB Microphone & Podcasting.. What is it?
Seamless integration was the idea, and it was obtained by creating a studio dynamic microphone with unparalleled A/D converters, so that the microphone can be plugged into any computer with no in/out boxes, no expensive computer pre-amps, just a USB cable.
The Podcaster offers an end-address configuration, the clarity of RØDE’s tailored-for-voice frequency response, an ‘ON’ L.E.D, a direct headphone amp, and of course very low self noise.
The Podcaster opens up possibilities for anyone who records audio – from podcasters, journalists and students to business people adding audio files to websites and multimedia presentations.
* Broadcast Sound Quality
* 28mm dynamic capsule
* 18-bit resolution, 8-48kHz sampling
* Windows and Mac compatible
* Powered by USB bus
* Internal capsule shock mounting
* 3.5mm stereo headphone output with volume control built-in to body
* Ideal for voice recognition software
Podcasting is creating your own content (mp3 or video for example ) with intent for users to download using one of several programs that have been created to retrieve your audio file automatically, like iTunes or Google reader etc.
Podcasting is simply distributing audio content using RSS. The process is suprisingly simple, and by making audio content available using RSS, podcasters give listeners more control over what they listen to and when. Also, many podcasts are available for syndication, which increases a broadcasters exposure.
For more infomation on RSS check our article here
Here is a breakdown of what you will need and need to know to be able to Podcast:
Skills you may need….
1. How to record your audio and save it to an .mp3 file. (Video is of course also allowed)
2. How to upload the .mp3 file to a website or hosting service
3. How to upload the RSS “feed” burner service.
After creating your material using an audio editing program of your choice you’ll need somwhere to store it online. if you have a sever upload it here, if your lost at the word ’server’ …get a blog like ‘WordPress’ or ‘Blogger’.
The majority of things you will have to master in order to Podcast are online and if your new to Blogging, Podcasting is an ideal reason to start. Your ‘Blog’ will allow to to upload you MP3’s and store them within your Blog enabling users to visit your site and download or even better ‘Subscribe’!
There are many different ways to create/ store your Podcasts, you just need to find the server and Feedburner that works for you.
Equipment you may need…
2. A Microphone
3. A Sound Card
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As a bench-mark we had the award winning RØDE Broadcaster, a microphone which is in use ‘ON-AIR’ at national radio stations around the world.
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