Hopefully nobody out there recalls my pretty disastrous attempt at creating a podcast. It turned into a real chore, due to all the work involved. And finding the time to record in a quiet environment was just proving impossible. And so, like many many podcasts before it, my podcast withered on the vine.
But I’m back! Well, kind of. I’ve started to recording using Anchor.fm, a super-useful tool for recording your podcast on your iPhone. Seriously – install, register and start speaking into your phone. The platform does the rest. You can even get a podcast that gets pushed out to all the serious players and platforms – like iTunes.
Which is what I did!
I’ve started to use my microphone with the iPhone, as the quality of the recording improves enormously (quality of content is another thing entirely).
Using the iPhone and avoiding any serious editing (you can add music and obviously listen to your recordings before they’re published) means I’m much more likely to keep going. Less friction means more action – and more of my words in your head.
So what am I talking about? Most recently, reflecting on my travels, discussing Christmas pressures and reviewing my iPhone X. If you want to subscribe, search for ‘MacPsych on the Move’.