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The introduction sounded like Chris had just done an 8 ball of cocaine, or was practicing to be an auctioneer. While I realize that some celebrities will only do phone interviews, there are many options where you can have your microphone (and by that I mean one for each of you - do not share a microphone) on your computer and then someone will call in. In today's podcast environment if you want to do this full time, you need better audio.
Your first question also seemed like you had not done your research.
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Two British women talk about the real-life housewife of Beverly Hills. They identify as activists and comedians and writers.
The one poor host had someone go "Fully Mad" on her and she's been scarred. For me Grace's audio is so bad, I couldn't take more than a few minutes, and because they are using a free media host I had to sit through an ad that was completely unrelated.
I went to find the show as I wanted to hear the end of their story, but apparently, they don't have a website, and when I found them on acast.com I didn't see a way to follow or subscribe to the show.
Description: Welcome to The Fingerspace Podcast, a weekly show where we deep dive into fingerboard topics! Don’t forget to nosebonk that subscribe button and darkslide on over to our Discord server. Thanks for skating by and see you next week!
Review The host needs to fix their audio, but I liked how he got right to the stories and asked decent questions. I had no idea what fingerboarding is (you might want to add that to the beginning of the show).
I would also edit out specific things for YouTube so the audience feels like you're talking to them.
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Kendric wnet nuts when he typed his description. It reads, "Sports." He apparently is a busy man as he is recording his podcast while he driving. The sound of his car is loud and distracting. So easy to fix, and yet here it is. You want athletes to focus. I want YOU to focus on recording.
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REVIEW: Wonderful production (a little loud for me, but that may be because I'm a musician, and if the music gets too loud, it starts to distract me). It made me laugh. It also had great pacing, and it did two things very well.
The Hockey Podcast Network starts off with a long advertisement for another sport and is followed by a very EXCITED guy about Hockey. However, he could stand to be a little closer to the mic.
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REVIEW: The audio is fine and starts off well with you describing what the show is about. Then you thank your audience, different countries, you ask me to review (what? You haven't given me any content) and share (why?). You then bring on your co-host and repeat everything you just said.
At six minutes you had something interesting, but sadly I had already tuned out.
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For me the show is accurately named as it took them forever to not tell me what the show is about. Lots of energy but no direction.
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There is a pretty bad plosive problem right at the beginning that causes me to eject quickly. These are easy to fix with some microphone placement and microphone technique training.
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Description: Welcome to Hot Takes and Cold Beers With Chris and Joe! Just a couple longtime buddies from Canton Ohio doing what we do best, drinking beer and talking about sports! Each episode, we'll have a special guest along for the ride as we discuss and debate the ongoings in the sports world, along with anything else that we can imagine from movie reviews to our favorite music, and of course, cold beers.. Cheers!
Opinion: Your audio sounds like you're sharing one mic. There is a TON iof mic handling noise. Your audio has a fair amount of reverb. I have no idea what is coming, and your introduction assumes we've listened before. After listening to two minutes, I learned more about Skyler's name than sports.
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An easy way to start the show is to say welcome to the Hot Takes and Cold Beers With Chris and Joe show. I'm Chris. I'm Joe, and I'm Skyler. You need to designate someone as the host who drives the show and the other person is color commentary.
Do some show prep, and make sure everyone knows where you are going and what points will be made (not a script, but bullet points).
You have a ton of intro music. Once you are introduced, give two beats and get on the mic. I would have everyone get their own microphone and get a recorder.
You are up against ESPN so you have to bring a bit more professionalism. You probably have a lot of inside jokes that nobody in your audience is going to get. See this free webinar on gear.
The good news is this is all fixable.
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