Get Set to Podcast

Setting the stage is not limited to conferences and theaters. If you plan to start podcasting your message,you don't need to visit an expensive recording studio. But you'll need to set up a studio from your home or office. Matthew Ebel, a musician and podcaster, presented tips at Boston podcamp.

First, consider the room shape. Ideally, you'll want to start with an empty room. He recommends rooms with high ceilings to reduce echos. Wall-to-wall carpeting will prevent the sound from bouncing. A walk in closet is an ideal venue for your studio.
Keep in mind that windows and doors will allow sound to seep in. Add curtains to windows, install bookshelves and add tapestries to the wall. This will absorb sound.
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