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PODCASTING in the Schauffler Library on the RODECaster Pro
The Podcast Studio is located on the ground floor of the Schauffler Library near the Silent Study Room.
Here you will find two directional podcasting microphones, two headphones, and a RODECaster Pro recording deck.
The process for using the studio and recording a podcast is simple!
- First schedule a training session.
- Once you are trained on the equipment, speak to a librarian or email them to schedule a time to reserve the space.
- When you come to the library for your session, you will need a MicroSD card, which you can check out from the library. Depending on your computer, you might need a card reader as well. (You must leave your ID at the front desk when checking out these items.)
Getting started on the RODECaster Pro
A quick start guide that will familiarize you with the equipment and get you started!
*Please not change Microphone settings, Microphone should be set on "Rode Podmic" at all times.
It is important, however for you to adjust your gain levels before each recording session.
Connecting Guests Over the Phone
With the RODECaster pro you can bring on guest speakers by connecting your cellphone via bluetooth!
Playback your audio
Learn how to playback the audio you just recorded!
Mute and Solo Button explained
This video is helpful in describing the "Mute" and "Solo" buttons on the mic channels and how they are used.
RODECaster Pro Learning Hub
If you are interested in learning more, the RODECaster Pro website has a helpful "Learning Hub" that explains all of its special features in detail.
Some folks use WeVideo to edit their podcasts but you might want to download audio software onto your computer so that you have more options and filters. If you have Garageband, that will work fine. If you don't, Audacity is great and its free!