In this episode of Insights From The Studio with Mike & Steve, we discuss which is better for your podcast: Multitrack Recording or single-track Stereo Recording.
You may be wondering what the difference between the two of these is. We define Multitrack Recording as a method of audio recording that allows each microphone or audio input to be recorded on its own track. Stereo Recording, on the other hand, mixes all audio inputs down to a single track and is then played back evenly in a left and right channel.
The method that’s right for you entirely depends on what you are trying to accomplish, but for most of us out there, we believe Stereo Recording is the way to go.
Highlights From This Episode:
I’m a big fan of stereo, I’m a big fan of single track where everybody’s coming in on the same track.Steve Wilmes
If you have two people who talk over one another a lot, multitrack can be nice!Mike Nease
At this point, you’re probably wondering which method of recording is the best for you. And while multitrack and single track stereo recordings both have their individual pros & cons, At PCLA, we record each podcast to a stereo mix, enabling us to make high-quality recordings without adding tons of unnecessary extra work.
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