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Welcome! Thanks for stopping by and checking out our resources! If you are here and curious about starting your own podcast, you have come to the right spot! Check out our resources and the video linked below!

Image from my man Ryan O’Donnell,(@creativeedtech) about starting listening to podcasts

Podcasting Equipment

Podcasting is one of those things that can get lost in the mountain of equipment choices available out there. You can start a podcast for free with no worries, or drop $10k on equipment before you even record. This table is an attempt to sort through the myriad of choices available. We have broken it down into three columns, Individual or own cost, a middle of the road, and big spender or sponsored list. As always we are here to help, and if you want recommendations for your own set up just drop us an email or leave a comment.

Individual (Own cost) Duo/Team (Middle Road) District (Sponsored)
Microphones Cell Phone and Earbud Mic (free)

Blue SnowBall ($90)

Blue Yeti ($100)

Blue Yeti Pro ($215)


Heil PR40 ($330)

Heil PR40 Package ($450)


Accessories Pop Filter ($10)


Pop filter by Blue ($45)

Shock Mount ($55)

Mic Boom ($20)

Pop Filter ($55)

Shock Mount ($110)

Mic Boom ($120)

Mixer n/a Behringer Xenix 802 ($60) Mackie PROFX12V2 ($250)

Behringer Xenix X2222USB ($250)

Recording On Phone (free)

Into Computer (free)

Sony ICD PX440 ($70)

Tascam DR-05 ($100)

Zoom H1 ($100)

Roland R-05 ($200)

Zoom H6 ($350)

Tascam DR100 ($300)

Editing Audacity (free)

Garage Band (Free)

Audacity (free)

Garage Band (free)

Audition (Adobe) ($19/month)
Extras None Headphone Amp- great for multiperson shows

Behringer Powerplay HA4700 ($120)

Headphone Amp (see left)

Behringer Compressor/limiter/gate ($130)

Hosting- no breakdown per column, depends on audience size Audioboom (Free, $10 mo.)         Podbean ($3 mo.)

Libsyn ($5 mo.)                               Spreaker ($$$)

BlurBrry ($ Mo.)                             PodOmatic ($9 mo.)


Hosting is someone else holding your podcast on the internet so people can access it and download it. This saves you bandwidth, and most of the prices in the above hosting services will depend on how much bandwidth you need. Some have a limit on Uploading (the size of your podcast), others on downloads (how many people listen). Go with an Unlimited download and limited upload. That will save you $$.

Show Notes Workflowy         Google Forms
Guides to Publishing on iTunes BluBrry Guide          iTunes Guide          LibSyn Guide


Most hosting services will have a guide. They all go like this: 1. Make a podcast. 2. Upload to host. 3. Burn the feed to make it public (feedburner by google is free). Go to iTunes and apply.


Podcasting Workflow

We have had a few requests about our process for making an Episode for TOSAs Talking Tech. In this video we lift the veil and detail our magic making. This works for us, and while it may not be perfect for your situation, it can be a good place to start.


#BetterTogether Resources

Here are some resources from some awesome people that talk some more about podcasting and how it applies to the class and your EdTech Life.

From Roland Aichele, @EdTechMinded and

From Our Friends and Inspiration, Check this Out with Ryan and Brian @creativeedtech @bribriggs

Podcast List

Big list of Podcasts we are listening too. This is an Awesome resource, meant to be added too and learned from. Feel free to look, take suggestions and add those podcasts you listen too.