Free Web-Based Recording Software for Podcasting
October 7, 2019 | Troy Harvey
As podcasting continues to grow in its influence and build momentum, the need for developing reliable and professional recording solutions for content creators has never been higher. Unfortunately, there is a lot of lackluster around many of the solutions and resources that are being created for podcasters who want to make their audio shine through and sound professional. As the growing authority in podcast recording and production, the mission of Resonate Recordings is to make podcasting easy. And in alignment with that mission, the Resonate team is excited to announce an easier way to record your podcast by rolling out our free, in-browser recorder, the Resonate Recorder.
With this new in-browser recorder you can easily use a USB microphone and computer with internet access to start recording your podcast’s components from within the Resonate Recordings web app and then seamlessly upload your recorded content to the web app for post-production.
The Resonate Recorder is an ideal solution for recording your podcast’s intro, outro, credits, ads or monologue content simply and professionally. As always, we recommend you use this solution in combination with proper microphone technique and proper room treatment. The Resonate Recorder is still in beta, so we need your help to test it out and let us know what improvements need made. Try it out today and send us your feedback.
To fulfill our mission of making podcasting easy we are making quality solutions for podcasters who want to professionally record their audio. To continue being the leader in the industry our team is developing solutions that are easy and integrated with other solutions that will make your podcasting process simple, smooth and professional. Stay up to date with future developments and updates by signing up for our Podcast Pro Weekly Newsletter.
Troy has over 15 years of experience in software engineering – leading teams, building web applications, and data pipelines. As a contractor, he built the first version of the Resonate App and as we grew he eventually decided to leave a Silicon Valley startup to join us full-time and build our dev team. Troy and his wife Abby live in Louisville, KY with their three children.