You’ve got a microphone. You’ve got some web space. And you have a great idea for a podcast. Now, it’s onto the fun bit — the recording. It might seem overwhelming at first, but don't worry — this step-by-step tutorial will help you master the art of making your own podcast.
This month in Mac|Life magazine, we detail the many ways in which iCloud can improve your life, we examine Apple's CarPlay, and we show you how to start podcasting, how to secure your Mac, and much more! (Click through for a detailed table of contents.)
There's freedom in producing a podcast. Every day, creative people are pumping out free content, including hilarious roundtable discussions or informative news programs. But the culture of podcasting is under attack from an altogether irritating source: the patent troll.
Well, even though we're all about the Apple here, we have to recognize what the competition is up to and we are as shocked as anyone to say that Microsoft had what looks like a pretty good week. Windows Phone 8 software is out in the wild and the Metro interface is some of the best work Redmond's done in ages and it looks wicked sweet on the Surface. There were a few stumbles in the MS Keynote, so we'll see if the OS works as well as it looks. So what else happened?
We loved the original Yeti -- especially as a terrific addition to any podcaster’s arsenal. For the sequel, Blue Microphones made a great mic even better. The Yeti Pro targets singers, musicians, and anyone who needs a studio-quality microphone that hooks to their computer. This second-gen model keeps the easy USB connection of its predecessor and adds an analog stereo XLR out so it now works with all sorts of pro gear, too.
So you've started a podcast, have you? And now that you've got a few
episodes under your belt, you're starting to see your audience grow.
Now it's time to get a little more serious about your craft. And we're
here to help, with four tips to bring you closer to podcasting stardom.
Apple’s reputation as a leader in innovation is well established, even legendary. But Apple’s successes aren’t just good business for Apple…they’re the source of competing and complementary inventions that never break orbit from Apple Inc. In other words, while some companies build products, Apple builds entire industries.