Start recording your podcast in Salt Lake City
Sure, there are a lot of tools you can use to record a podcast yourself, but sometimes it can be quite a hassle. So if you’re ready to step up your podcast game and get some professional help check out this list of 4 places in Salt Lake City that can help you record, edit, and publish your podcasts.
1. The Pod Mill
The Pod Mill is a full-service professional podcast studio in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. They boast an impressive amount of podcasters that use their space to produce their shows. I appreciate that their website includes a list of the equipment that you will be using to record your podcast. The Pod Mill founder Spencer Wright is from Salt Lake City and claims that the Pod Mill has become the largest independent podcasting network in the state. So if you’re looking to keep things local and work with a proven solution, this sounds like the place.
30 S Main St.
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
2. Light Child Media
Light Child Media is a video production company run by Jonathan Lauer in Ogden, Utah. He has worked for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Days for Girls, and Armormax. Here’s what I like about podcast recording at Light Child Media. They record audio and video. This is a nice perk and can help to distinguish your brand in the sea of audio podcasts available. Light Child Media also includes its pricing directly on their website, with a good variety of options for anyone from the casual podcaster to the pro with a serious budget. They even put together a guide to choosing a podcast studio rental.
3. Rocket Skates Recording
Rocket Skates recording is a professional recording studio in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. They have vintage and modern gear. They look to be set up more like a music recording studio, but they do offer high-quality podcast recording as well. They have great reviews on Google and are conveniently located right off I-15.
569 W 600 S #23, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
4. The Mill
Located inside of Salt Lake Community College Miller Campus, the Mill’s website says that they received feedback from some of the best podcasters in Salt Lake City before designing their recording studio. Although they don’t have a list of equipment, they do state that the gear is top of the line. You can schedule a training session to learn how to use the equipment and members can use the space for free.
9690 S 300 W Sandy, UT 84070
Every good podcast needs a website
Every good podcast needs a website. A common misconception is that podcasts are hosted on streaming services like Apple Podcast, Spotify, or Google Podcasts, but in reality they are actually hosted on personal websites (unless you use a service like Anchor or Buzzsprout) and those big streaming services simply act as directories, pulling audio from all over the web. Even if you do use one of those podcast hosting platforms to do the heavy lifting for you, you still need a place for your listeners to land; a home for your podcast, so to speak. So while you’re busy improving your podcast, don’t neglect the place where it lives. Get a free website quote.
– Featured image by Jonathan Lauer of Light Child Media