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Professional Podcast Video Production Equipment & Software

Every now and then I stumble across a great list of resources which I just have to grab and save elsewhere. Today I found a full list of professional podcast video production equipment & software and wanted to share it with people here. This list came from the good people at the Elegant Themes site which they use on their Divi Nation videos & interviews.

I appreciate that you might not need all this gear, but you can at least check off the ones you do have and explore something to improve your workflow in future. Note: All links are ‘clean’ with no affiliate or tracking IDs attached:

What do you think of this list? Is it out of date or have you found something which is much better for half the price? Leave a comment and share your knowledge with everyone else. I recommend bookmarking this page just incase you need it in future.

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  1. Thanks Mark. I’m quite new to podcasting and recently decided to put more efforts into mine. Clients had started asking why I had stopped – so a good nudge to commit more thoroughly! I’ve bought the Rode Podcaster you listed above and a sound engineer friend last week, has said it’s a corker. He recommended I partner it with a pop shield and sound booth – both of which are low cost and easily accessible – in order to ensure stronger quality input and reduce background noises/echo. Over the next few weeks I’m going to set them up and get started. Using GarageBand as the software freely available on my Mac. I’ll have a closer look at the other stuff you’ve listed. Cheers.

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