IN THIS CHAPTER
Making your podcasting rig portable
Podcasting from mobile devices
Using portable recording devices
Incorporating suggested workflows
Up to this point, you have been building your podcast studio with your home computer as the center of your digital audio workstation. You have a mixer plugged with a few mics, and you have your software up and running. Or maybe you have a USB mic hooked up to your desktop computer (directly, and not through a USB hub, remember?), and you have Audacity primed and ready to go. Welcome to your new audio recording studio.
But hold on — what if you want to record someplace else? What do you need to do to pack up the whole recording unit and take this show on the road? What if your podcast isn’t about where you are but where you are going?
That’s why we’re spending some quality time on portability in this chapter. The aim is to be able to pack up your podcast and set up wherever you stop. Yes, yes, yes, we know — podcasts are portable by nature, but we’re talking about packing up the studio and working ...