My Podcasting Setup

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Joe Buhlig

I have detailed my writing process quite a bit lately, but that made me realize I have never pulled all the pieces of my podcasting setup together. Let’s change that.


I did a lot of research on beginners microphones before I started podcasting and although there are better ones out there, I landed on the Rode Podcaster. I have a dream of upgrading to a Beta 87 at some point, but this does a great job for now. Altogether here’s what I’m using:


I have been a subscriber to the Adobe Creative Cloud for a while now and really enjoy the power of their tools. They aren’t for everyone, but if you have access to it Audition CC does a great job of editing and recording. When I’m recording with someone else, I use the traditional set of software that most podcasters use:


In my opinion, the gold standard for hosting your files is Libsyn. It just works and I’ve never had an issue with them. My feed is a custom XML file generated with Jekyll. If you are a Jekyll user and want to run a podcast, you can get the source code for this here.