Top Equipment for Successful Podcasts
Make Yourself the Star
of Your Own Radio Show!
Setting up a recording session for a podcast is easy with
a computer. But you can only achieve the sound of the great and successful with the
Tascam offers you a whole range of ways to sound like a professional radio host and use techniques that are usually only available in broadcast studios – from simple to luxurious, yet always very easy to use.
What would you like to be?
Our new podcast station will spoil you with rich equipment for conversation
rounds with up to four people and the possibility to add callers and online guests.
Play jingles and other sounds or effects, stream live, or record with the built-in
recorder. With the associated Tascam Podcast Editor
software, you can edit audio afterwards on your computer or iOS device, record sound effects
and assign them to the 8×8 sound pads, and much more. Get started now with the new Mixcast
It all starts with a good microphone. The TM-70 is specifically designed for use as a speech
microphone and can give your voice the same sound you know from radio broadcasts or
professional podcasters. With its very linear frequency response, it is also well suited for
guitar or other acoustic instruments.
Connected directly to a PC, tablet or smartphone, this mic not only delivers the realistic,
natural sound you want as a speaker in podcasts or livestreams. It also comes with a
headphones jack, volume control for both and a mute button - perfect for online seminars or
This versatile two-input interface is designed specifically for personal broadcasting and
live streaming and comes with a lot of extras such as trigger buttons for sound effects or
jingles, DSP processing (EQ, compressor, reverb), ducking (turns down the music when you
speak), loopback, headset connection and much more. You can also connect one or two guitars
Tascam’s high-resolution audio interfaces are ideal for multiple speakers or directly
connected instruments, have a loopback function for feeds from the computer and impress with
a robust metal housing and clear, natural sound. Simply connect it via USB, select it as
input/output in the computer and off you go. A suitable microphone is, for example, the
TM-70 (see above).
Well, you can always have wishes. But this compact production studio contains a lot of finesse that can turn your podcast or your online presentation into a professional broadcast programme. Multitrack recorder, mixer, effects processor, two headphones outputs, Bluetooth … And when live streaming, you can even compensate for the annoying time lag between picture and sound.
Our best-selling handheld recorder is not only ideal for great audio recordings on the go.
You can also connect it to a computer or iOS device and use it as a great-sounding
microphone and player with OBS or other streaming software. Best of all, you can also use
its headphone output – it offers more than the standard connections of most computers.