This show’s schedule is erratic at best but that doesn’t mean I think any other podcast should do the same. Not if you want to grow your show to its maximum potential. I think a show should maintain whatever schedule it sets for itself. If you are once a week then try to be there every week. However, for me, this show is a hobby podcast with the aim of producing a good library of how-t0-podcast content. Therefore, if I can’t be here every week it’s ok. Those of you who listen know this and I thank you so much for staying tuned. It’s important to let you know that if you struggle with getting a podcast out on a regular schedule that it’s OK. It’s certainly better than not podcasting at all. So if you feel like you are falling behind, don’t. Anyone creating a podcast in 2015 is still ahead of the curve. Congrats;) But again, if you can, produce regular content on a set schedule. It’s best for your show and your audience.
On this episode you’ll hear me using a new piece of gear, the DBX286s. This preamp and processor is highly regraded in the podcast space and so I had to try it. I think you’ll hear that the audio sounds great. The primary reasons I purchased this device was for the preamp and expander. The compressor, deesser and enhancer are added bonuses. That said, the compressor is quite heavy and will definitely change how your audio sounds. If you’re looking for that “radio voice,” after the microphone and your own voice, this processor will go a long way towards making that happen. Over the years, I’ve grown to appreciate a more subtle, natural sound for podcast production so I don’t know how much I will use the compressor but it’s nice to have.