Self isolating or working from home can get really boring, really quickly.
Even if “how to record an interview” isn’t the most burning question on your mind right now, you can only watch Netflix for so long.
Especially since you can’t binge watch entire seasons of certain shows in one go anymore because they’ve decided to release weekly episodes for them. Grrr…
Anyway, sooner or later you’re going to want to do something else, something more productive.
Before we delve deeper into the topic, let’s get some of these questions out of the way:
Who is this Guide for?
In no specific order:
Even if none of the above apply to you, whatever your niche, whatever your motivation, in these uncertain times when everyone has to stay at home, you may have to learn how to record an interview sooner or later.
And whether you’re experienced or a newbie, it doesn’t matter.
This guide will help you with tips and ideas on how to record an interview from home like a boss!
Do you need specialized recording equipment?
Depends on your needs. If you’re a podcaster, then yes. If you’re a YouTuber, maybe.
But for general purposes, no. You can record high quality audio or video interviews with just your smartphone or laptop alone.