The microphone of the week
The featured podcast microphone of this week is the Samson G-Track Pro. I use this microphone myself, and so do many others. Tweet me if you use a Samson G-Track Pro, as well! And if you would like to use this same great microphone, learn more about it and buy it through CelebrityArchaeology.com, and that will help support the podcast.
The recorder of the week
The PMD-661 MKIII is a 2-channel handheld solid-state audio recorder. With its uncompromisingly high performance and rugged build quality, the PMD-661 MKIII gives news journalists, court/municipal reporters, public safety personnel, investigators, and researchers a professional device that produces accurate, detailed in-field recordings. Plus, its file-encryption function offers the maximum security for sensitive information. It’s ideal for situations where no-compromise audio data capture is required, but bulky equipment and separate microphones are not possible or appropriate.
The tool of the week
The tool of the week is the Libsyn Podcasting Plugin. This is what I use to save time placing my podcast on the site. When I looked at the Libsyn Podcasting Plugin I can see why many others recommend it! Visit CelebrityArchaeology.com/recommendations to learn more this plugin and get your copy.
Connect your Libsyn podcast hosting service to your WordPress site for easy episode publishing. This plugin will allow easy creation of episodes, generating episode drafts, and scheduling posts.
Media file uploads direct to Libsyn, as well as by using already loaded WordPress media or access your Libsyn FTP Dropbox all from one place.
Your media files stay hosted with Libsyn, and your RSS feed will still be generated by Libsyn as well, meaning your web hosting server remains unaffected by your podcast and your RSS feed and media files are unaffected by your web hosting server. It’s the best of both worlds.