Course Creator Resource ListJan 13, 2021
Rode Lapel Mic - Click Here
For podcast interviewing others. You'll need two of these if you're interviewing in person.
Rode Adapter - Click Here
Allows you to plug both of your lapel mics into your phone to interview.
Apple Lightning to Headphone Jack Adapter - Click Here
Plug the rode adapter in to get it to work on an iPhone.
Rode Shotgun Mic - Click Here
Use if you're filming from a digital SLR and sitting within 1.5 - 2m.
Rode Film Maker - Click Here
For wireless recording. Great when filming walking around or further away from camera.
Rode Podcaster Mic - Click Here
If you want something stationary on your desk to do podcast episodes or webinars.
Arm for the Podcaster Mic - Click Here
This is what your podcaster mic attaches to and can be affixed to your desk.
Rose USB Mic - Click Here
Alternative to the Rode Podcaster Mix and is a little cheaper and super portable.
Elgato Key Light - Click Here
Provides fantastic lighting for filming without giving you the 'rings' in your eyes from a ring light. Can be controlled by an app on your phone or computer.
Ring Light - Click Here
Great light when filming, is on a tripod and can also hold your phone or camera.
Tripod - Click Here
There's so many varieties of tripods but I recommend one that's portable and that can hold both your camera and phone.
Neewer Studio Lights - Click Here
Bigger lights for filming if you need lighting on both sides to create your own studio effect.
Logitech Brio 4K Webcam - Click Here
I never thought I needed a webcam until I got this! So good for all of those Zoom sessions and recording lessons on your computer. Gives great high quality resolution.
Parrot Padcaster Teleprompter - Click Here
A great starter teleprompter that you can use your phone with to read notes for your course filming.
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