As I hope comes across in the episodes, great audio is something I really believe is essential for any content creator; there’s nothing worse than a great-looking YouTube video that has audio that sounds like it was recorded in the bathroom.
That’s where the new Vocaster range from Focusrite comes in, and so with the kind help of Arielle from SquadCast, I was able to arrange a chat with Dan to go a bit deeper into what Vocaster is and why it may be the right fit for podcasters, YouTubers, and many other storytellers.
I want to say a huge thanks to Dan for taking the time to chat, and for how open and honest he was when we talked about the competition. You can genuinely hear Dan’s passion for audio and Focusrite come through.
It’s worth mentioning that this isn’t a paid promotion episode, no money has changed hands and Focusrite haven’t asked for any editorial control of the episode. However, for full transparency during our chat Dan did very kindly arrange for a Vocaster One to be sent out to me at no cost, but this was not based on any conditions or content requirements.
What’s your experience been with audio interfaces and recording setups? 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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- 00:00:05: Introductions
- 00:03:21: Focusrite’s Legacy
- 00:04:54: The Vocaster Line
- 00:09:09: Auto Gain And Driving Microphones
- 00:13:40: Vocaster Models & Features
- 00:35:47: Studio Bundles
- 00:41:19: The RodeCaster Pro
- 00:44:40: Pricing & Value
- 00:46:59: Vocaster Hub
- 00:48:40: Wrapping Up
Intro and outro theme: Ace of Clubs by RoccoW