Just recently we did an interview for the Podcast Engineering Show, talking about our production, equipment/gear, and post-production workflow.
Our Topics on The Podcast Engineering Show
- A self-modified OEM branded mic with a capsule similar to the Shure Beta 27
- dbx 286s channel strip
- Power conditioners
- Presonus 192 Mobile interface (used to use a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2)
- Zoom H1
- Tascam DR 60D (can record up to 4 tracks)
- Self-built Windows computer
- Adobe Audition DAW and its multi-band compressor targeted for plosives, EQ to match the host and guest, sometimes a bit of compression, and on the mix-bus track for voices a multi-band compressor, limiter, and sometimes an additional eq to affect all voice tracks
- Presonus Studio 1 DAW
- VB-Audio VoiceMeeter, a virtual mixer for Windows machines
- Recording 4, 6, or 8 tracks in one. WAV file at 24-bit resolution
- Microsoft cloud services for media hosting
- Feed generated in WordPress
- Mastering to the desired output of -16 LUFS (Audition has a Loudness Radar as an effect which I put on the master track)
- File Output, adding an image, title, description or other meta information is also done all within Audition
- Daniel blogs about audio gear at https://all-geared-up.com
He is an inspiring book author, too!
Was a pleasure to get to meet him and to have a conversation among like-minded people!