My home podcast setup
I co-host the Latent Space podcast (opens in a new tab), which we mostly record in a irl studio but occasionally do remote episodes. This is the latest remote episode (opens in a new tab) we have done, to get a sample. Audio post-prod is done by our audio producer.
For the audio part:
- Audio-Technica ATR2100x (opens in a new tab)
- InnoGear Microphone Arm Stand (opens in a new tab)
- Microphone windscreen (opens in a new tab)
- Riverside.fm (opens in a new tab)
- Audacity (opens in a new tab) for simple trimming
- Descript (opens in a new tab) for word-by-word editing
- smol-podcaster (opens in a new tab) for transcription, etc.
I don't really have much to complain about here, and not sure what I'd improve.
- Logitech Brio 4K (opens in a new tab): I'd update to a DSLR if I wanted to invest in better quality, but this does the job. Just make sure to turn LogiTune on to up it to 2k. 4k is too laggy for calls / live recordings.
- Elgato Key Light Air (opens in a new tab): this is my main light. I have two fill lights to my right to even out lightning.
I haven't really invested in this outside of just having a Zoom setup, so if you're planning to do a lot of YouTube your mileage will likely vary!© Alessio Fanelli.RSS