In this episode, we take an in-depth look at the new RODECaster Pro recorder, mixer, and audio interface designed specifically for podcasting and recording panel discussions. I have to confess that I was originally not that enthused about the RODECaster Pro, but now that I’ve use it a for a couple of weeks, WOW! I’m surprised by the quality of sound that it produces and find the effects more effective than I expected. It is much easier to use than most mixers for those that aren’t audio engineers making this a great choice for those less interested in spending lots of time learning how to get better sound for their podcasts. And even for audio nerds like me...well, I'm buying this which was originally just on loan for the review!
If you’d like to learn how to make great dialogue audio for your film and video projects, please have a look at my courses including processing dialogue audio, recording sound, how to use the Zoom F8 and F8n, and how to get the most from the Sound Devices MixPre series of recorders.
Links to gear used in this video:
Sony MDR-7506 - My go-to headphones for when I’m recording
Audio Technica AT2005 Dynamic Microphone - I recorded this episode with this microphone. Amazing mic for its price!
Electrovoice RE20 - Classic broadcast dynamic microphone. Dani was recorded with this in our demo
Shure SM7b - another classic broadcast dynamic microphone. Almost everyone sounds awesome with this microphone
Electrovoice RE50L - A common reporter’s microphone. Emma was recorded with this in our demo
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K - I used this to record most of this episode
Panasonic 12-35mm F/2.8 OIS Lens - Used on the Pocket 4K camera
Copyright 2019 by Curtis Judd
Music Copyright 2019 by Cary Judd. Used with permission.
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