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Podcasts are one of the fastest growing media sectors. Maybe you have thought about creating one for your company or for yourself. A podcast is a great way for a company or individual to create more brand awareness or reinforce a perception of industry sector expertise. For musicians it could be a good way of engaging with fans. Relevant content delivered by people with a passion for the subject can make for compelling or informative listening.

But it can be hard to know where to start.  Even if you have a great idea for a podcast recordings made in an office or other work or home environment almost certainly won’t sound very professional or be that easy on the ear.

Studio mixing deskAs ever increasing numbers of people consume podcasts it becomes much more important for a their producers to apply the same kind of high production values as the best professionally produced radio shows. You need a good quality listening experience to set your podcast apart form the ones recorded on a laptop in a kitchen with someone using a USB mic.

At dVoiceBox I already produce podcasts with people like former BBC Radio 2 presenter Frank Renton – his podcast “Still Listening to the Band” keeps his listeners informed on what’s happening in the world of brass band music. I’ve been producing that since 2018.

I can help you produce your next podcast – call me on 07866 784925

There’s more on my blog post about podcasts
Chris Radley
dVoicebox Studio