Creating a Podcast
Creating the Amateur Rugby Podcast was a brand new venture. I had never undertaken anything like this before so I thought I would document the journey so that it may help others.
Below is a YouTube playlist of all the things I learnt when putting the podcast together.
And if you need any of the kit I mention then all the links are below.
Here is a list of all the kit I use to record, edit and produce the podcast:
To help with the stabilisation of my video footage, I use this excellent phone gimbal.
It allows me to concentrate on talking to my guest rather than worrying if the footage is stable and horizontal.
Headphones are absolutely vital. It means that you are hearing what the H4N is recording and they have saved me many times from recording substandard audio.
These Pulse headphones from Motorola are affordable, good quality and can be used with or without a lead.
This Mini USB cable will allow you to connect your H4N directly to a computer and record onto the hard drive.
This has greatly improved my workflow and I highly recommend this method if you have a computer with you.
I use StreamYard to create my Facebook LIVE episodes of HOT TOPICS. The process is seamless and effortlessly enables me to stream directly to my Facebook page, including live chat features and various overlay and branding options.
Mentioned on the show
The following items have been mentioned on the show. Please enjoy.
This is a book authored by a future guest. Alex Cassidy has combined amateur rugby, concussion issues and mental health into stunning debut novel.
This is an essential read for anyone with an interest in rugby union. It transported me back to my 20’s, playing Old Boys rugby in London.
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