Podcast Studio Salt Lake City
Record and produce quality audio and video podcasts at Ignite Studios!
The Best Podcast Studio in Salt Lake City
Looking for ways to promote your services and products in the digital age? Or do you have a talent for speaking and want to share your stories vis a vis getting another stream of income? In today’s new media where everyone is consuming content online, podcasts can be your solution.
While podcasting isn’t new, it has only been getting a lot of buzz in recent years when more brands, personalities, and even amateurs have ventured into podcasting. Just like other forms of content sharing, a podcast equally deserves professional production.
Ignite Studios in Salt Lake City is a full-service podcast production company for all your podcasting needs. Our podcast studio rental is complete with state-of-the-art equipment to make sure you have the best recording experience.
- Soundproof podcasting studio
- Large enough to accommodate 5 people
- Highest quality audio
- Industry standard equipment, including headphones, microphones, volume control, pop filter, mixers, and anything else you could possibly want for your podcast
- Excellent acoustic properties
- Affordable rates
- Conveniently located just off the freeway near downtown Salt Lake City
You definitely don’t want your podcast to sound homemade or amateur. For your podcast project, choose the studio that gives you a professional-grade sound: Ignite Studios!
"We’ve been using Ignite Studio for all our events, videos, and podcasts! Amazing place, easy to work with, and fantastic quality."
Podcast Recording Studio Rental
Our studio rental service at Ignite Studios is the most advanced in Salt Lake City. Our podcast space rental includes the follow professional podcast equipment:
- High-end microphone
- Desks for your laptop and other recording needs
- Seating areas
- Wireless internet
- Vocal booth
Whether you are a podcasting beginner or a seasoned podcaster, you will get a quality podcast when you record it at Ignite Studios.
Podcast Production Studio Services
Our podcast production services at Ignite Studios complement our recording studio.
You’re welcome handle your own podcast production if you have the chops. Just rent our studio and you’re off and running.
If you don’t feel up to doing your own podcast production, our professional audio engineers have you covered.
When we say we’re a full-service company, we mean it. Ignite Studio also offers post-production podcast services. We have the equipment (the computer with editing software) for you to edit your podcast. Or you can have the best in-house podcast editor help you.
Podcast Editing Services
After you’ve recorded your brilliant podcast at our podcast studio for rent, it will need to be edited so that you can keep your listener’s attention from start to finish.
Salt Lake City area podcasters choose Ignite Studios for their podcast editing needs.
If you recorded your podcast somewhere with background noise (as in, not at Ignite Studios), our audio editors can tune the background noise down. They can also create seamless transitions between your podcast’s multiple segments and commercials.
Podcast recordings done start-to-finish at Ignite Studios come out amazing. With the right editorial magic, even a podcast recorded elsewhere can turn out pretty good.
Video Podcasting Services
Gone are the days when podcasting used to be just an audio format. Brands and personalities have ventured into video podcasting as well.
Influencers like video podcasting because it can be released across multiple media: as audio-only (traditional podcast), and also in video format on sites such as YouTube.
At Ignite Studios, we have the best film studio in SLC to shoot your video podcast. We have two studios to choose from: a 900 square foot, 13-foot-high soundstage and a 12’x50’ staging and green room.
Each studio is soundproof and complete with the necessary equipment. You can also bring your own equipment and props if you feel like designing your own stage.
Ignite Studios believes that every podcast deserves to be rendered perfectly. It should sound like it’s been recorded in a professional podcast studio (and it can be, if you rent our podcast recording studio).
If you are a podcaster or a podcast producer looking to hire a professional editor to post process your content, Ignite Studios is your best partner.
Whether it’s just adding background music, removing noise, doing transitions, or creating new intro and outro music, Ignite Studios can help you!
To reserve our recording studio for your podcasting and other audio and video production studio needs, contact Ignite Studios at (801) 999-8249 or email email@example.com.
Podcast studio Rental FAQ
A podcast studio is where the “action” takes place. This is where you, as a podcaster, will record your story or conduct interviews. A podcast studio typically has walls that are soundproof and has the essential equipment like a microphone, headphones, a computer with recording and editing software, and other tools to ensure your podcast worth is worthy of your listeners.
In Salt Lake City, a lot of podcast studios have sprouted up of late. Ignite Studios, however, is the top SLC space for Utah podcasters, both experienced and newbie alike.
Ignite Studios’ podcast recording space is state-of-the-art. Aside from soundproof walls with extensive foam insulation, our recording space is complete with high-end equipment such as:
- Desks for your laptop and other recording needs
- Seating areas
- Wireless internet
- Vocal booth
- Audio interface
- USB microphones
- Volume control
- All necessary cables and other gear
Anyone can produce a podcast and call themselves a podcaster. There’s no rule that says you can only make one if you’re a professional. Renting a podcasting studio empowers even the novice to sound like a veteran podcaster!
An interview is a conversation between a host and a guest and can be done across multiple venues: a live event, a YouTube video, a television show, or a radio show. Podcasting as a medium lends itself well to the interview format, and many of the top podcasters, such as The Tim Ferris Show, The Joe Rogan Experience, and Flow Radio Collective, are primarily interview-style.
Other types of podcasts are solo, panel, storytelling (fiction or non-fiction), and conversation podcasts. Depending on your goals, any of the podcast types will work for you.
In summary, a podcast can be done in an interview format, and an interview can be broadcast as a podcast.
You can start a podcast for free. Note that you must have a hosting platform (such as Capitvate, Buzzsprout, Castos, Transistor.fm) to upload your podcasts before you can stream them on Spotify or Apple . While Spotify and Apple are free, hosting platforms are only free to some extent; to upload unlimited content, you need to pay for subscription.
Spotify, Apple and other podcast listening platforms are free. Each of these platforms would have their own set of rules on how to link your podcast from your hosting service.
While you certainly can make a podcast without a mic, we don’t recommend it. A quality microphone will enhance the audio quality of your production immeasurably. Your voice will sound much better with a mic, and background sound (if not in a soundproof space) may be minimized with a quality mic. For the best audio quality, go with a good microphone.
Video podcasting is growing in popularity. To create a video podcast, just layer on the visual element to the sound. In practical terms, this means you need to have cameras set up to film the speaker. Or, if you have multiple participants, such as in an interview format, you will need to have multiple cameras filming.
If your episode has remote participants (for example, if the host is in Los Angeles and a guest is in New York City), each participant will need to have their camera set up and working before the episode officially begins. (It’s best as well if they each have a quality microphone).
A video podcast can be uploaded to YouTube and other video-first platforms, giving it a potentially broader exposure compared to an audio-only experience which would be streamed only through audio-only apps such as Spotify.
If you’re a podcaster, you have to think about a lot of variables before deciding whether to produce an audio or video podcast. You must establish where your potential subscribers would subscribe to you: on Spotify, YouTube, or some other platform. You should also think about yourself and your visitors: do you want to be heard, seen, or both?
Spotify is the biggest free podcast listening app. Other free applications are Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, TuneIn Radio, and Stitcher.
The price of a podcast studio varies depending on the company. Our recording spaces in Salt Lake City are competitively priced, starting at $250 for four hours and $400 for 10 hours. If you choose to have an expert from our end assist you with setup, audio input, or post editing, we have experienced audio engineers whose rates start at $100 per hour.
Podcasters choose Ignite Studios because they can save money while getting top-quality audio and video recordings!
Yes, renting a podcast studio can be very affordable, and the level of quality you get is more than worthwhile! If the benefits listed above aren’t enough to convince you of the value of recording in a podcast studio, we don’t know what would. If you want to know more how you can take advantage of our studios, give us a call for a free consultation at (801) 999-8249.
You can get a level of quality from recording in a studio that would be impossible to replicate elsewhere. Here are some of the reasons that professional podcast rooms produce better quality digital media:
- Soundproof. No need to worry about environmental noise such as traffic.
- Top-of-the-line equipment. Recording studios have better equipment (high-end computer, xlr microphone, headphones, audio interface) available for use than most people can afford on their own. As a result, you get much better sound.
- Audio and video engineers. If you’re new podcast production, an engineer can help you learn how to setup and operate the technology and software in a studio more effectively.
You are allowed to bring your own equipment into most recording studios. For example, at Ignite Studios, even though we have a complete set of equipment in our audio recording studios, our clients may still opt to bring their own equipment, whether mics, headphones, or other gear.
If you already have podcasting equipment, recording at home is cheaper. If you don’t have podcasting equipment, such as microphones, editing software, mixers, and other essential elements, you’ll have to balance the cost of purchasing all that gear against the cost of studio rental fees.
However, there’s another factor to consider as well: a podcast recorded in a soundproof space will sound much better than one recorded at home. Traffic sounds, sirens, and other ambient noises can make their way into an at-home recording. Not so in a soundproof room, such as the audio recording room at Ignite Studios. The acoustic features of our studio lend to the highest quality audio possible!
At Ignite Studios, our expert audio engineers can help you set up and use our equipment. We have all essential equipment for podcasting, including inputs, headphone and mic sets, mixers, and more.
No, smoking is not permitted. We at Ignite Studios do not allow smoking in our Salt Lake City recording facility. Aside from the detrimental impacts on one’s health, smoking also harms studio equipment due to the toxic substances of the cigarette.
Yes, we have several parking spaces outside our building, and additional street parking can be found nearby.
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