3. Recording Audio
If you select recording new audio, here are a few recommendations that will improve the quality of your recording.
First, if available use a microphone. The microphone does not have to be expensive or high quality. For example, the microphone in a set of earbuds works well. Using a microphone helps to block out any environmental sounds that could lower the quality of your recording.
Second, find a quiet location to record. Even with a microphone, it's important to record somewhere with minimal distractions to both yourself and the audience.
Finally, we recommend rehearsing and writing a script for your recording. This is beneficial because Anchor’s recording system does not have a Pause feature. You can, however, record multiple recordings and stitch them together later. We recommend taking notes on your script to log any edits that may need to be performed later. If you prefer to record your podcast in one take, having a script will help ensure that you don’t forget anything, especially after recording multiple audio tracks!