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It is easy to get excited about new trends, latest tech, attractive and innovative opportunities.
Even by looking at podcasting, everyone seems to be excited about the medium.
When starting a business, a blog or an internet show, the usual advice is to find a niche, explore it, become an expert in it and then go wide.
Most of us musicians would love to have their home recording studio and luckily for us, as the technology advanced, it is now way easier and cheaper to make your home studio than it used to be.
HOW TO START A PODCAST
Practical tips from the producer of Casefile: True Crime Podcast
I am an audio editor, composer and producer. After moving to the UK and completing my studies, I joined the biggest film studio in Europe, Pinewood. As a team leader, I worked on several blockbuster movies for Disney, Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars at International Sound department.
After leaving the industry, I focused on working with podcasters and audiobook producers.
I currently produce a popular true crime podcast Casefile and run a personal blog.