History of the GSPN Studio Setup

by Cliff Ravenscraft on February 13, 2007

in Blog

Recently, Stephanie and I decided to build a permanent wall in the basement of our home so that we can have a room that is devoted to podcasting.
Why? With three small children, it's not easy to leave podcasting equipment set up at all times. Nothing worse than having a single crash to the carpet wipe out an expensive microphone. This means there is a lot of time involved in the audio setup and tear down for each podcast produced.
This photo shows the layout that took two hours to get set up properly. This was the setup for our first live listener call in show on Skype. Ever wonder why Cliff didn't do more LIVE shows more often?

This is a more advanced set up in the middle of our basement family room. You can see how much room in the basement was taken up for this podcast recording. This setup took about 90 minutes.

This photo is just another angle from the same setup above.

This photo was taken by a local newspaper reporter very recently.

This is how our studio looks as of 02/13/07. I've actually become pretty brave, leaving the studio pretty much set up as you see it in this photo.

We have come a long way since we first started in podcasting. Within the next few months, a podcasting studio will be a permanent fixture in our home.

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