Sept. 19, 2022

Podiatrist's Guide to Audio Equipment

Podiatrist's Guide to Audio Equipment

There's no shortage of audio gear and software out there. In this episode of Podiatry Marketing, Tyson Frankling and Jim McDannald, DPM give their picks and provide examples of using the right audio equipment to promote your practice.

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This follows well from a previous episode about podcast marketing. We dive into our recommendations for the best audio equipment and help narrow down what you need to know. 

The first question to ask yourself is "What is your purpose for using audio?" How you answer the question will determine the type of equipment you'll need. 

1. Solo recordings vs. Guest recordings (and interviews)

  • XLR and USB Microphones (Dynamic & Condensor) - we used the Shure MV7
  • Lapel microphone
  • Apple headphones

2. Other equipment

  • Editing & recording software
  • Recording apps on phone
  • Audio hosts - You can just upload an audio file to social media
  • Adding music - free music from YouTube
  • Marketing using Canva, ClipScribe, and Headliner

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