What is maillard podcast and what we want to do ?
Specialty coffee podcast (Maillard ) is recording to increase the interests of coffee lovers with the aim of pushing the boundaries , which is produced by Saeed AbdiNasab coffee instructor and trainer.
this podcast work for all coffee lovers and coffee workers and who think as a professionals as well, we start since beginning but with updates data and then grow together with information to all process and part , as well as everyone can come and enjoy since we the beginning can be like a continues course, right now the podcast spouse to be a educational podcast until the latest season when we slow-slow want to starting such thing like interview and other stuff .the idea start in my mind when I sent a lot of voice for explaining o my friends and especially my student then I thing yeaaah, why shouldn’t I record it and publish it? Then the after the day I start recording in my phone, that was shit but I start, then record the whole season with bad mic so ad I figure out there are lot of audience for it I deleted all of them and buy better mic, prepare small place for recording and there you go, I started.
The first chapter is in Farsi and in second one we’ll add English language also .
Every influencer and individual interested in producing content, building a brand, starting or growing a business, selling a product, service, or idea should learn how to start a podcast on itunes, soundcloud, spotify, sticher, iheart radio, google play, and any other platform offering the real estate. It’s a massively important space that i constantly get asked about so i decided it was time to put this article out. I have been preaching the power of podcasts and voice technology for the last 6 months. Podcasts and audio-first consumption are clearly exploding, and they’re one of the best ways to get started creating content for your business, product, service or brand. I recently wrote an article on “the rise of audio and voice” that you can read to understand my opinion about coffee. As coffee culture continues to grow, podcasts take on a more important role in our everyday life for introducing coffee. We all care about speciality coffee and if there’s a way to find some good one, we’ll do it. Just like music or audiobooks, podcasts can be consumed while doing laundry, going to the gym, washing the dishes, or just relaxing. They’re a great way to learn something new about coffee or anything, catch up on news, or be entertained. I get dozens of emails each week asking me how i produce material about coffee for my media, my Instagram is just for showing some pictures and not so serious , and my newest addition after July uploading on the sire which is a new show made directly for my audio experience and also whatever I had during the day. There’s no one better to explain how to start a podcast than yourself about whatever you like so i hope you enjoy ,this is my experience about my six months podcasting…
What is a podcast?
A podcast is inherently a piece of digital audio content that’s available for digital download or streaming consumption.
What you need to start a podcast
When it comes down to it, the only things you really need to start a podcast are a cell phone or computer, an internet connection, and something to talk about
The general workflow:
Ideate, record, edit, upload.
1. Starting a podcast: idea & outline
One you have a topic in mind, before you jump in & start to record, take some time and think about how you want your show to flow. Is it segmented? Is it just you, or you and a friend? Do you have guests? Remote interviews? Is it more like a talk show? You should start to think about a cadence, so your listeners know when to expect the next episode – weekly? Monthly? Once you’ve nailed this down, move on.
2. Starting a podcast: the basics
The absolute easiest way to start a podcast if you have a smartphone, is an app called anchor. Anchor is a relatively new app, that lets you create a podcast with just a few clicks, but it’s also more than just a podcasting app. Right now they’re trying to revamp the audio space, providing the space for you to have your own talk show, utilizing short form audio, long form audio, music, and more. You can interview your friends directly in-app, and even publish to itunes. Create an account with anchor, start recording, and then follow their instructions to distribute your podcast across their & other platforms.
3. The equipment you need to start a podcast
When it comes down to it, you really only need your cell phone to record, but higher quality audio is always much, much nicer to listen to, so i’d recommend getting some audio equipment if you are thinking about becoming serious. Blue yeti mic is a great example of a starter kit, and it’ll allow you to record with high quality microphones at a time. You’ll record directly to your computer from the USB port, As long as I use blue yeti with my macbook air in a small carton which I put it around myself to cut the noise and reverse as well and I think its good enough for this step.
4.Recording & editing a podcast
audacity is my favorite free audio recording & editing software, but you can also use garageband if you have an apple computer, or adobe audition if you’re rolling with creative cloud. Recording & editing is extremely similar across all three of these platforms but i’ll focus on garageband mainly, since it works on mac. Plug your audio interface to your computer. Plug the mics into the interface, and set up garageband to record from them. Then, hit record and start talking! This guide has a good tutorial of things to watch out for in garageband when recording, and how to fix things like plosives and other odd noises. Once you’re done recording, you can start to edit. When editing, focus on cutting up any awkward silences (unless you’re into that) and anything you don’t want in your final cut. Then, export the file. If you’re using garageband, export as an mp3 at 320 which is enough good quality.
5.How to distribute a podcast
Before you publish your podcast, it’s a good idea to have 3-5 episodes ready to publish at once, especially for itunes, to get your listeners hooked. It also gives you a little bit of lead time to create new content.
Once you’re ready to publish your podcast, you’ll want to upload it for everyone to hear. The two main components here are the distribution / hosting service and podcasters. The distribution / hosting service hosts your files for anyone to download, and generates an RSS feed that “podcasters” (like itunes) read to know where to download the file from & information about the podcast. Each distribution platform will essentially do similar things, but you should read up on each to decide what fits your needs best.
The best distribution & hosting services for podcasts:
anchor – the all in one solution for creating and distributing a podcast
libsyn – this is what we use
shoutengine – awesome for just starting out
pippa.io – a new startup focusing on an easy entry into the podcasting space
simplecast – another low-cost alternative that’s worth a look
A lot of podcasters like overcast will automatically begin to show your podcast once itunes has accepted it, but here are a few podcasters that you’ll need to manually sign up and submit your RSS feed for:
itunes – this should be your first move. It’s a little more in-depth, but definitely the most popular.
spotify (this process is a little different although anchor and libsyn currently support it)
How to promote a podcast
Now, obviously, in order to be heard, you’ll need to get the word out about your new podcast. Just because the content is in audio-form doesn’t mean you can’t get creative about how you promote the show. You should be promoting it across every social channel possible by utilizing all the digital tools you have at your disposal.
Here were a few examples of how we promote maillard podcast: