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Podcast by Pro Voice GuyFrom the author of www.provoiceguy.net, a podcast about podcasting. Will Rice gives you everything you need if you are thinking of starting your own podcast or taking yours to the next level. Will also talks about technology, audio, social media, and more.

Latest Episodes

Do You Need a Podcast Outro?

Do you need a podcast outro? Not really. But let's talk about why you might want one. Learn more at www.provoiceguy.net/blog/do-you-need-a-podcast-outro Need help with your podcast? Check out www.provoiceguy.net/podcasting TE46DQGtbqTXpqPM3AUU

10 MINNOV 13
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Do You Need a Podcast Outro?

Producing and Reviewing Podcasts: What I Have Learned So

I stumbled into producing and reviewing podcasts and it has turned into quite a journey. In this episode, I talk about what I have learned along the way and what that means for the future of the podcast. And, along the way, hopefully I will share some things that will make your podcast even better. Learn more about podcasting and the podcasting services offered by Pro Voice Guy Studios and www.provoiceguy.net

9 MINNOV 2
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Producing and Reviewing Podcasts: What I Have Learned So

Season 2 Trailer

The Pro Voice Guy Podcast is ready for season 2! Hear what got us here and what is in store for season 2.

2 MINNOV 2
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Season 2 Trailer

Is it Okay to Read Your Podcast?

A client asked me a question the other day that took me a moment to answer. She asked, "Is it okay to read your podcast?" I had to ask for some clarification. Her issue was that she was writing a complete script for her show and basically recording herself reading it. She wondered if that was okay. So, I asked for a recording of her show. Sure enough, it sounded like she was reading a script. You don't need to be a broadcast professional to know what it sounds like when someone is reading vs. just talking. However, you would be surprised how often you think someone is just talking when they are actually following a word for word script. TV news broadcasters, late-night television hosts, and politicians are usually looking at a teleprompter and following it word for word. So, let's dig a little deeper into the question, "Is it okay to read your podcast?" Learn more at: https://www.provoiceguy.net/blog/is-it-okay-to-read-your-podcast-4-quadrants-of-show-prep-5-script-tips Get your own Podcast Technical Review at: https://www.provoiceguy.net/review

15 MINAUG 20
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Is it Okay to Read Your Podcast?

The Sound Episode

On this episode, something completely different as Will takes the show on the road. Well, not really on the road, but around his house. The show exits the studio today with a trusty Blue Yeti microphone to talk about sound. We have talked about recording spaces quite a bit on the show and written about that even more on the blog. However, there are still so many shows that would sound 100% better if the host could find a better space to record in. So, out of the confines of the sound treated studios we go, in search of a better sound space inside the house. Learn more about the new service for starting a podcast at https://www.provoiceguy.net/starting Check out some of the accessories mentioned on the show here: https://www.provoiceguy.net/equipment

9 MINJUL 17
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The Sound Episode

Podcast Motivation: What Are You Hoping Will Happen?

Are you considering throwing in the towel on your podcast? Are you just starting a podcast and wondering if you will be able to push through enough episodes to really establish yourself? I feel too many podcasters give up before they should. I could wow you with stats about how many episodes most podcasters last before giving up or abandoning their show. But, I am not interested in statistics. Instead, I am thinking about your show. You were excited when you started it, but sometimes you think it is time to move on. Maybe it is time. But, maybe it is not. Special thanks to Dave Thomas from the Walk the Talk Podcast for sharing with us what goes into creating his podcast. You can listen to his podcast at https://audioboom.com/channel/walk-the-talk and follow him on Twitter @WalktheTalk18. For more on the topics from today's show, visit provoiceguy.net.

9 MINJUL 2
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Podcast Motivation: What Are You Hoping Will Happen?

The Podcast Interview

Interviews are one of the most fascinating aspects of podcasts. There are, of course, some podcasters (like me) who have never featured an interview. But, for some podcasters, interviews are the lifeblood of every episode. For others, they are an occasional feature. Whether interviews are a regular feature of your podcast or, if they only come along every once in a while, you want to do everything you can to make them sound great. Read more at: https://www.provoiceguy.net/blog/podcasting-the-interview-5-tips

14 MINMAY 15
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The Podcast Interview

Improving Your Podcast: The Crutch

There are a lot of tips for improving your podcast. In this post, I am going to share something that you can get rid of to improve your podcast: the crutch. What is a crutch? For this post, I am talking about a word, phrase, or sound podcasters (or anyone who speaks to an audience) use when they need a moment to think about what they will say next. Verbal crutches come in all shapes and sizes, but any of them can have a negative impact on the sound of your show. Read more at: www.provoiceguy.net/blog/improving-your-podcast-the-crutch Get a free Technical Podcast Review at www.provoiceguy.net/review Looking for a professional podcast intro? Head over to www.provoiceguy.net/podcast-intros

9 MINMAR 14
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Improving Your Podcast: The Crutch

Episode 13 - How YOU Can Sound Great on Your Podcast (5 Voice Tips)

How can you sound better on your own podcast? Practice. Like it or not, if you are the host of your podcast, you are the "voice talent." I have shared before that you don't have to have a "great voice" to have a great podcast. Podcasting is a great chance to share YOUR voice. Your voice works perfectly for your content. So, forget what people sound like when they are selling cars or telling you about new movies. Just be you. Read more at: www.provoiceguy.net/blog/how-you-can-sound-great-on-your-podcast-5-voice-tips Looking for a professional podcast intro? Head over to www.provoiceguy.net/podcast-intros

10 MINFEB 18
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Episode 13 - How YOU Can Sound Great on Your Podcast (5 Voice Tips)

Episode - 12 - Podcast Intros: Catching Your Listeners' Attention

If you want a professional sounding podcast, you need a professional sounding podcast intro. Full disclosure: A large part of my business involves voicing and producing podcast intros and outros. However, you don't necessarily need to hire a pro to have a great intro. In this post, I will discuss the elements of a great intro and how to go about either producing your own intro or hiring someone else to do it for you. Plus, we will hear from Dave Prichard, host of The Ultimate Ground Rules podcast about his show and the equipment he uses to put it all together. You can hear Dave's show at: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Ultimate-Ground-Rules-id1390000 For more on today's episode, check out www.provoiceguy.net/blog/podcast-intros-catching-your-listeners-attention Looking for a professional podcast intro? Head over to www.provoiceguy.net/podcast-intros

11 MINFEB 11
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Episode - 12 - Podcast Intros: Catching Your Listeners' Attention

Latest Episodes

Do You Need a Podcast Outro?

Do you need a podcast outro? Not really. But let's talk about why you might want one. Learn more at www.provoiceguy.net/blog/do-you-need-a-podcast-outro Need help with your podcast? Check out www.provoiceguy.net/podcasting TE46DQGtbqTXpqPM3AUU

10 MINNOV 13
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Do You Need a Podcast Outro?

Producing and Reviewing Podcasts: What I Have Learned So

I stumbled into producing and reviewing podcasts and it has turned into quite a journey. In this episode, I talk about what I have learned along the way and what that means for the future of the podcast. And, along the way, hopefully I will share some things that will make your podcast even better. Learn more about podcasting and the podcasting services offered by Pro Voice Guy Studios and www.provoiceguy.net

9 MINNOV 2
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Producing and Reviewing Podcasts: What I Have Learned So

Season 2 Trailer

The Pro Voice Guy Podcast is ready for season 2! Hear what got us here and what is in store for season 2.

2 MINNOV 2
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Season 2 Trailer

Is it Okay to Read Your Podcast?

A client asked me a question the other day that took me a moment to answer. She asked, "Is it okay to read your podcast?" I had to ask for some clarification. Her issue was that she was writing a complete script for her show and basically recording herself reading it. She wondered if that was okay. So, I asked for a recording of her show. Sure enough, it sounded like she was reading a script. You don't need to be a broadcast professional to know what it sounds like when someone is reading vs. just talking. However, you would be surprised how often you think someone is just talking when they are actually following a word for word script. TV news broadcasters, late-night television hosts, and politicians are usually looking at a teleprompter and following it word for word. So, let's dig a little deeper into the question, "Is it okay to read your podcast?" Learn more at: https://www.provoiceguy.net/blog/is-it-okay-to-read-your-podcast-4-quadrants-of-show-prep-5-script-tips Get your own Podcast Technical Review at: https://www.provoiceguy.net/review

15 MINAUG 20
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Is it Okay to Read Your Podcast?

The Sound Episode

On this episode, something completely different as Will takes the show on the road. Well, not really on the road, but around his house. The show exits the studio today with a trusty Blue Yeti microphone to talk about sound. We have talked about recording spaces quite a bit on the show and written about that even more on the blog. However, there are still so many shows that would sound 100% better if the host could find a better space to record in. So, out of the confines of the sound treated studios we go, in search of a better sound space inside the house. Learn more about the new service for starting a podcast at https://www.provoiceguy.net/starting Check out some of the accessories mentioned on the show here: https://www.provoiceguy.net/equipment

9 MINJUL 17
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The Sound Episode

Podcast Motivation: What Are You Hoping Will Happen?

Are you considering throwing in the towel on your podcast? Are you just starting a podcast and wondering if you will be able to push through enough episodes to really establish yourself? I feel too many podcasters give up before they should. I could wow you with stats about how many episodes most podcasters last before giving up or abandoning their show. But, I am not interested in statistics. Instead, I am thinking about your show. You were excited when you started it, but sometimes you think it is time to move on. Maybe it is time. But, maybe it is not. Special thanks to Dave Thomas from the Walk the Talk Podcast for sharing with us what goes into creating his podcast. You can listen to his podcast at https://audioboom.com/channel/walk-the-talk and follow him on Twitter @WalktheTalk18. For more on the topics from today's show, visit provoiceguy.net.

9 MINJUL 2
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Podcast Motivation: What Are You Hoping Will Happen?

The Podcast Interview

Interviews are one of the most fascinating aspects of podcasts. There are, of course, some podcasters (like me) who have never featured an interview. But, for some podcasters, interviews are the lifeblood of every episode. For others, they are an occasional feature. Whether interviews are a regular feature of your podcast or, if they only come along every once in a while, you want to do everything you can to make them sound great. Read more at: https://www.provoiceguy.net/blog/podcasting-the-interview-5-tips

14 MINMAY 15
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The Podcast Interview

Improving Your Podcast: The Crutch

There are a lot of tips for improving your podcast. In this post, I am going to share something that you can get rid of to improve your podcast: the crutch. What is a crutch? For this post, I am talking about a word, phrase, or sound podcasters (or anyone who speaks to an audience) use when they need a moment to think about what they will say next. Verbal crutches come in all shapes and sizes, but any of them can have a negative impact on the sound of your show. Read more at: www.provoiceguy.net/blog/improving-your-podcast-the-crutch Get a free Technical Podcast Review at www.provoiceguy.net/review Looking for a professional podcast intro? Head over to www.provoiceguy.net/podcast-intros

9 MINMAR 14
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Improving Your Podcast: The Crutch

Episode 13 - How YOU Can Sound Great on Your Podcast (5 Voice Tips)

How can you sound better on your own podcast? Practice. Like it or not, if you are the host of your podcast, you are the "voice talent." I have shared before that you don't have to have a "great voice" to have a great podcast. Podcasting is a great chance to share YOUR voice. Your voice works perfectly for your content. So, forget what people sound like when they are selling cars or telling you about new movies. Just be you. Read more at: www.provoiceguy.net/blog/how-you-can-sound-great-on-your-podcast-5-voice-tips Looking for a professional podcast intro? Head over to www.provoiceguy.net/podcast-intros

10 MINFEB 18
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Episode 13 - How YOU Can Sound Great on Your Podcast (5 Voice Tips)

Episode - 12 - Podcast Intros: Catching Your Listeners' Attention

If you want a professional sounding podcast, you need a professional sounding podcast intro. Full disclosure: A large part of my business involves voicing and producing podcast intros and outros. However, you don't necessarily need to hire a pro to have a great intro. In this post, I will discuss the elements of a great intro and how to go about either producing your own intro or hiring someone else to do it for you. Plus, we will hear from Dave Prichard, host of The Ultimate Ground Rules podcast about his show and the equipment he uses to put it all together. You can hear Dave's show at: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Ultimate-Ground-Rules-id1390000 For more on today's episode, check out www.provoiceguy.net/blog/podcast-intros-catching-your-listeners-attention Looking for a professional podcast intro? Head over to www.provoiceguy.net/podcast-intros

11 MINFEB 11
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Episode - 12 - Podcast Intros: Catching Your Listeners' Attention
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