- RODECaster Pro Podcast Production Studio with a micro-SD card inserted for temporary storage during your session
- Three instruction cards detailing every part of the RODE Caster
- Two PCR-65 side-address microphones with cords
- Two HPC-A30-MK2 closed-back headphones
- Two AKG K52 closed-back headphones
- Two RODECaster microphones
- Four mic stands
- One iMac, loaded with RODECaster Pro and Adobe Audition editing software
Recording Your Podcast
Transferring Your Podcast to a Computer
Before Leaving the Podcast Studio
Favorite resources to start podcasting in the classroom:
I like this one because it has a clear breakdown of where to start and what steps to take from a production standpoint.
This is another great FREE resource, especially because it is written specifically for students and has some great supporting resources. I especially liked the segment about field recording.
Finally, this one has a paid version and a free version but is great for the Chromebook users out there who are looking for a way to record and MIX audio. I used to use Audacity, and that is my recommendation if you have laptops, but Chromebooks don’t have a desktop so I needed a web-based mixing tool.