TPS Ep. 057 – The Benefits of Using a Mixer

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Adding a mixer to your podcast studio will allow your productions to grow along with your show.

As you get further along in your podcasting venture, you’ll likely want to add in more capabilities such asdesktop rack mount Skype hosts and guests, more in-studio microphones, and built in capabilities for backing up recordings to avoid loss of your audio. Having a mixer in your studio allows you to easily add in these and many more features as your skills and productions progress over time.

On this episode I explain the many ways a mixer allows you to easily expand your studio’s capabilities and what features you might want to look for when choosing your first mixer or upgrading your old one.

About Ray Ortega

Full-time podcast producer and host of The Podcasters' Studio and Podcasters' Roundtable, I enjoy sharing my ten years of experience making podcasts to help others improve or start their own show.

  • Thanks for the great show, Ray. I have to ask though, what model is the rack that you have in the picture? I really like it because the bottom slot raises the mixer off of the desk.

  • Dodge,

    Thanks for the compliments.

    The rack is a model Ray-1;) I built it myself because I couldn't find anything that fit my needs. This is a podcast specific mount. Check out the blog where I did a post about the build.

    Thanks for listening.

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