In this episode, I chat with SquadCast’s co-founder, Zachariah Moreno, about how things got started, what problems SquadCast aims to solve and some of the really cool behind-the-scenes technical details of how shows like Crossed Wires get recorded through their service.
I’m genuinely excited by what’s coming in the next version of SquadCast, and I’m eternally grateful to Zachariah and the team for creating such a reliable platform.
I should probably also say that I really should make local backup recordings too, I know things can go wrong with any service, my point was more that I didn’t feel as worried about not doing so with SquadCast. What’s been your experience with podcast recording, particularly remotely? We’d love to hear from you, so send a note over to [email protected], leave a comment on the post, or start a discussion in Goodpods.
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Thanks again to Zachariah for joining me for this episode!
- Zachariah Moreno on Twitter
- Between Two Mics: Arielle & Zach on SquadCast’s Biggest Update Yet
- Audio Hijack
- GarageBand 3 – iChat Recording (MacWorld Review)
- 00:00:05: Introductions
- 00:03:09: The Challenges of Remote Recording
- 00:07:37: Technical Hurdles On iOS
- 00:08:47: Desktop Browser Support
- 00:10:23: The Magic of SquadCast
- 00:18:06: Not Just Audio
- 00:22:51: The Future
- 00:31:03: Investing In Quality
- 00:35:25: Closing Thoughts
Intro and outro theme: Ace of Clubs by RoccoW