Podcasting Kit

This is what I use to create my podcast episodes. On the road, over the internet, or at home, solo or with a guest. It’s all here.

Røde NT-USB Mini

You want the simplicity of using a USB microphone? Then the NT-USB Mini may be a great choice for you. Combined with the Røde Connect app and the ability to record 4 microphones at the same time this could be all you need for your 4 person interview podcast.


Røde PodMic

A great competitor to the Shure SM7B which is a classic in the vocal recording world. The PodMic is great for podcasts, delivers a clear voice, and also looks pretty incredible.


Podcast Mic - ATR2100

A mic that has XLR and USB to either connect to professional audio gear or the laptop directly? Yes, please. It's a overall very good sounding mic and it's also light weight for travel. But it is a little too harsh on the handling/vibrating noise.


Shure A57AWS Locking Windscreen for BETA 57A

This is an expensive but good looking windscreen for the BETA 57A. It locks into place via a little magnet ring and helps prevent wind noise and "p" sounds.


Shure BETA 57A

My podcasting microphone of choice — I own two of these. It's incredibly durable and built like a tank while sounding absolutely stunning for my taste. It's also great in rejecting handling noise and thus very good for handheld work. I prefer this over the Shure BETA 58A becaus of it's looks and sound.


XLR Cable (Nylon Braided)

I love nylon braided cables so I was really happy when I found these for the XLR connection for my podcasting setup.


Zoom F6

Working with 32bit float audio is a dream come true. It's basically like having RAW files for audio work. This is my go to podcast recorder and I also use it in my studio so I do not have to worry about the gain setting of my microphones while I am recording myself.


Mic Desk Stand by K&M

Handholding a mic for an hour or two is not really ideal. That's why I like to use these desk stands when possible.


Røde PSA-1 Mic Arm

I own the Røde PSA-1 Mic arm but I don't love it. There are really cheap alternatives which work great (and sometimes better than the expensive PSA-1 (specifically for light weight microphones). But I love the PSA-1 for overhead mics and some other use cases.


Adobe Creative Cloud

For a creative person, I guess this is a must have. Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, and Audition are the programs I use most out of this suite!


Charger for AA & AAA Batteries (USB Type C)

As you may have noticed, I love USB Type C things. And sometimes I need AA batteries (for the Zoom H5 for example) and this is what I charge them batteries with.


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