Iris Hanlin, CEO of Hanlin Audio, started her podcast production company in 2018 and has since helped bring over 1,000 podcast episodes from conception to broadcast. A graduate in journalism and communication studies, she turned her love of storytelling into a career in talk radio before branching out on her own. She has been described as a ‘client happiness agent’ because of her focus on empowering podcasters to share their message by dedicating herself to taking care of the technical production of the shows.
Iris joins me today to share how she moved from radio into podcast production and how having a mentor helped her. She dives into the details of improving your podcast audio quality with the right equipment and the important things to consider before you hit record. She also discusses the intricacies of recording and editing your podcast and how a beginner can get the best result possible with just a little practice.
This week on Podcast Rockstars:
How what you drink can impact the quality of your podcast audio
Why you shouldn't record your podcast on a headset microphone
Simple solutions to achieving the best sound quality in the room you record in
What to pay attention to before you hit record
The benefits of tech reviews when choosing your equipment
The best way to record your audio files
The recording and editing software Iris recommends
Recommendations for entrepreneurs interested in launching a podcast
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