How To Create A Mobile Podcasting Studio Setup

By Leslie Samuel

I took my family to Nassau, Bahamas in December and we spent 35 days there.

That's where my wife is originally from so we were able to spend a lot of time with family.

The beauty of running a blogging business is that you can literally do it from anywhere as long as you have an internet connection.

While we were in Nassau, I continued recording my podcast.

On one of my Become A Blogger University Q&A sessions, we got on the topic of the equipment I use when I'm traveling to be able to continue recording my podcast and doing my videos and having it still be as professional as if I was at home in my studio.

So, I decided to record this video to show the equipment I use when I'm away from home.

Vid_Mobile_Podcasting_Studio_PinterestI share my Mobile Podcasting Studio setup.

In fact, I go into 2 options: A simple option and a more complex one – both of which result in a very professional quality podcast.

So whether you're a traveling podcaster or are looking for options for recording a professional sounding podcast on a budget, you're going to find value in it.

If you have any questions about how I put it all together, or any questions in general, feel free to leave them in the comments below.


    1. Hi Nanette,

      If you click through on the links in the post above, you will see the individual prices.

      If you go with the simple setup, the price would be $60 for the mic right now.

      With the advanced setup, you’re looking at around $400ish with the digital recorder.

  1. That looks like a pretty nice setup you have there and doesn’t seem very expensive at all. I might look into software for editing my podcast in the future with an intro/outro like most podcasts have but right now what I have works.

    It might seem funny but right now with what I’m doing I’m just using my Samsung Galaxy S5 Smart Phone to record and then I upload to dropbox and then upload to SoundCloud.

  2. I enjoyed this post. I have the Mackie Mixer and have been wondering how to hook it up to my Mac and your video was very helpful

  3. Awesome! I’m working on getting a podcast set up, and this was a big help! I can’t wait to get started! Thanks Leslie!

  4. Hi. My wife and I will co-interview one or two folks at a time. How would you mod the above setup to accomodate? Thanks for doing this!

    1. I would go ahead and get two mics that you can plug into the two XLR connection. Then you can hold one mic and your wife can hold the other. However, I wouldn’t pass the mic to the interviewees to hold. I would do it kind of like a TV interview where you move the mic back and forth between you and the interviewee.

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