Frequently Asked Questions
Most Frequently Asked Questions About Our Podcast Studio Rental & Services
Making an appointment online is the easiest and quickest way to book your Studio Podcast Suite. Just click here “PODCAST STUDIO RENTAL” or go to the tab at the top of the page and select a date and time. It’s that easy.
We are experts in launching your podcasts. After you have recorded your podcast we will help you set-up your podcast with major outlets like i-Tunes and Spotify.
There is no charge for booking an appointment on line.
As a courtesy, we ask that you give us a minimum 24-hour notice for any cancellation.
No Problem! We provide amazing studios with state-of-the-art audio podcast and production equipment to help take you to the next level. You can add phone calls, music, sound effects and more! Plus our professional studios are a great place for you to entertain up to three (3) guests.
Yes. We use a MEVO Streaming Camera. Your high-quality video will have crystal clear audio from our mixing board to add to your YouTube or Vimeo channel.
You will learn in less than 5-minutes! It is as easy as pushing a button and sliding a knob! With any new piece of equipment there is a small learning curve. We will be there to help you every step of the way.
After you record your podcast, we can assist in getting your podcast online the same day on certain platforms (Spotify and Soundcloud). Other podcasting platforms like I-Tunes can take up to a week.
We have a team of graphic artists available to help get you a design specifically for you. Call us at 904-394-2594. Turnaround time is one to five days depending on the complexity of copy and our communication.
All we do is PODCASTING. We specialize in studios designed and built SPECIFICALLY for PODCASTING. Unlike many other studios that re-purpose their music production and commercial production facilities, ours are exclusively designed for PODCASTERS.
If it is your first time using our studios, we suggest arriving at least 30-minutes before your scheduled appointment time. This will give us time to discuss the studios, equipment and answer any questions prior to beginning. If you have used our studios before, please arrive 10-15 minutes before your scheduled time.
The short answer is: yes and no. It all comes down to the type of podcaster you are. If you are someone who can just hop on an episode, record it in one shot without needing any real edits, then it’ll barely take any time at all. However, if you are someone who likes to trim the content, cut out all the “ums and uhs”, and add a lot of sound effects or music overlays, then it might take a bit more of a time commitment.
First of all, you will have to plan out your episodes, schedule and arrange guest interviews, and learn how to edit your episode (if you don’t already know how). Of course, if you have someone on hand to edit your show and do all of the daily administration tasks, then again, the time commitment will be less.
Now again, if you only release one episode a week, or one every two weeks, then the time commitment will be less. However, if you are daring enough to take on a daily podcast, then of course the time commitment will be much more. So it all comes down to your style of podcast, how much help you will enlist, and whether or not you love being a podcaster!
Even with a podcast industry that is filled with 100’s of thousands of podcasts, there is never anyone who can tell it quite like you can. Every single podcaster has their own unique spin on a topic and a specific experience that they can share with their audience.
People are always seeking new ways to hear about a topic and new facts and experiences that they can tap into. If you are truly solving a problem for someone out there, then your podcast will definitely draw listeners in.
A great way to ensure that you will attract an audience is to create listener-driven content. This means establishing your expertise in the area, building a strong podcast community, asking for their feedback, and getting your listeners to contribute to the topics and specific episodes of your podcast. When you are providing listeners with what they want to hear, you are sure to draw them in!
No, you do not need to interview people on your podcast. Your show is yours to create as your own. Whether this is through solo episodes or simply answering listeners questions, there is no need to have anyone else on. Especially if it is a fiction podcast, the story is yours to tell and a narration is the best form for the show.
However, inviting other experts on to your podcast is a great way to bring a new perspective to your show. Special guests can dive even deeper into specific topics and help give your listeners an even more in-depth analysis of the subject.
Plus, with each guest, it provides you the opportunity to reach new audiences that have not yet listened to your podcast. When your guests come one, their audiences will likely tune is as well, giving you a chance to get even more exposure. So don’t be afraid to open up the chance to bring new life into your podcast with a guest or two!