I thought I’d put together a list of the podcast gear that I use for The Aussie English Podcast as a few people have asked me about what I use and why.
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- It’s an incredibly affordable.
- It’s a USB microphone that plugs straight into your computer’s USB port.
- You can plug your headphones directly into it, as well as other devices that use XLR input/outputs.
DJI Osmo Mobile ($289)
- It’s incredibly high quality.
- It’s motorised and can be controlled with a joystick.
- It can track your face and follow you automatically.
Read more about the features here.
Rode smartLav+ (USD$70)
- It plugs directly into any smartphone or computer.
- Works well with the Osmo Mobile without affecting stabilisation.
- Easy to pin to anything whether your shirt or next to your computer.
Rode VideoMic (USD$59)
- It plugs directly into any smartphone.
- It comes with wind sock great for outside use to mute wind noise.
- It’s great for interviews with multiple people.
Wacom Intuos (USD$69)
- It’s good quality and very cheap.
- It’s small, lightweight and easy to carry around or set up in front of your computer.
- It’s incredibly quick and easy to set up, and uses USB.
iPhone 5S (USD$184)
- It’s cheap now that the iPhone 6 and 7 are out.
- It’s smaller and still has a headphone jack for the microphones I use.
- I prefer this over a camera because it has a decent camera, I can edit photos/videos, and then upload them straight to Facebook or Instagram.
Zoom H4N (USD$189)
- It’s recently become very affordable and is very high quality.
- It’s easy to mount on a small tripod and use for interviews in person.
- I can also pair it up with the ATR2100 + computer in order to record Skype calls simultaneously as a backup just incase Audacity or Call Recorder crashes.
Arkon Tripod (USD$18)
- It’s incredibly cheap and high quality.
- Its legs are bendable and allow you to position it easily.
- It’s small, lightweight and fits many smartphones and cameras.