Podcasting shares a lot in common with broadcasting. Content is obviously the most important element, but people won’t listen to the content if the sound quality is bad. And they’ll listen longer and more often if the sound quality is really good.
I’m not suggesting that budding podcasters rush out and buy all the products we recommend—that would run into some money. But the addition of any one of them, or something comparable, is enough to drastically improve the sound of your work. You can upgrade the acoustics as your interest, talent level, and budget grow.
It is important to prevent unwanted sounds like the dog barking in the garden from entering the room, so sound proofing is a good place to start. Use this product Soundblock board on the walls or ceilings.
Next install sound absorbers in the room such as Pyrosorb.
Contact us now to discover how Primacoustics can help in the design of your studio.