This podcasting tutorial is designed for anyone who wants to learn the essentials of how to make a podcast. The lectures are created without the assumption of any advanced computer knowledge or skills. While this podcasting tutorial focuses primarily on Garage Band, the information is applicable to Audacity and other recording software.
The lectures are almost exclusively live screen recordings of the entire creative process from A to Z. Supporting documents include mindmaps, checklists, transcriptions and narratives to elaborate on the information contained in the video lectures.
This course is geared for the beginning podcaster, but the extra's section will contain some cool free tools and techniques to enhance any podcast and reach out to new audiences and markets.
The course will focus heavily on free tools widely available to create cover art, syndicate content and generate additional content from podcast episodes. The purpose of syndication and creating additional resources will serve to reach a larger audience and promote your podcast to new heights of popularity.
I have been teaching this live for some time and am excited to share this “how to make a podcast” course with a broader audience. My contact information will be available to enrolled students to help first time podcast creators get their show up on iTunes.</p>
Short introduction to the basic screen and flow of the new version of GarageBand.
Canva is a free tool to create podcast covers and artwork. Paid features for upgrade, but even the free version works well.
Dr. Schwindt has been teaching live courses on a variety of topics and is passionate about life-long learning. His focus is on simplifying the entire process of learning and his conversational style of presentation helps students rapidly master the topics presented.
He is a published author and several of his books have reached the top spots in their respective categories. He also hosts two podcasts sharing his unique perspective on health, wellness and endurance sports.
Dr. Schwindt is board certified in Emergency Medicine and has a particular passion for the crossroads of medicine and technology. Dr. Schwindt has completed the fellowship curriculum for functional and sports medicine fellowship and finds joy in helping fellow athletes reach their potential and optimize their health.
Contact him through the student question section or twitter (DrMitchelMD) he enjoys interacting with his students and helping students meet their goals.