At maximum, I have a four-mic setup for the dinner parties, which are always haphazardly set up between various glasses, plates and dishes of food. Even with just one guest, cord control is never not a mess, as it all feeds into a mixer and then into my laptop, which stretches all the way into my kitchen (which is already a mess from all the cooking). I think it’s all part of the experience, though!
How do you promote your podcast?
I primarily promote the podcast through Instagram and Twitter, mainly through photographs of the food and the guests. I think there’s something special for listeners to experience these meals in a new way, with the visual context as needed but it not being a focus while listening to the actual podcast.
What’s your favorite Anchor feature to use?
I love the transcription video feature and how easy it is to export these clips in different ratios for different digital needs. It’s a great way to visualize soundbites and for me to share some key takeaways from each episode!
Don’t overthink it! When I started this podcast, I had NO idea what I was doing and was unsure if I’d be able to successfully launch the project. Programs like Anchor make it so easy to jump right in and start, while allowing me to focus on the actual content of the show instead of worrying too much about the technical side of things.