Cashing in on Creativity Podcast
CC164 Podcasting Equipment for Beginners
Jan 9, 2020 · 15 min
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Podcasting Equipment for Beginners

Have you thought about starting your own podcast and then found yourself online or in a store trying to figure out what equipment you need? As a creative entrepreneur or podcaster it can be easy to come up with the idea for a podcast but costly to execute. Cashing in on Creativity Podcast host Bruce Outridge goes over the gear needed to start a podcast and the different options available based on your needs. This is an excerpt of a presentation taken from a Brampton Skills Clinic event that Bruce presented for new podcasters. This was recorded at the Brampton Skills Clinic. Learn more about the Brampton SME Group at

Wondering whether you should start a podcast? Check out episode 160 of the podcast at

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Check out Bruce’s book How to Start an Artistic Business in 12 Easy Steps which you can download for free at

The Tune of the Week is Ounce of Goodness by the Killin’ Time Band off their One Set to Freedom album. You can learn more about the band at

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A business and career podcast helping inspire creative entrepreneurs such as artists, authors, and musicians to create a fulfilling life using their talents. Get started on your journey today!

Artists, authors, musicians, and creative entrepreneurs with talent will benefit from this podcast. This is a podcast that helps you take that creative talent and offers you ways to turn it into a viable business, product, or service. The podcast is hosted by artist Bruce Outridge who shows you through the eyes of others how you can take an idea or talent and make it something that brings you money in over time allowing you to create a career doing something that you love. The show features topics, interviews, and ideas to take your creative talents and turn them into profitable ideas. Want to know how a musician takes their love of music and makes a living? How about learning how a cartoonist created a business because he loves to draw? How did that author write their latest book? How does a jewellery maker, photographer, or software maker make money with their passion? The show interviews real people actually making money from their creative crafts hopefully inspiring you to do the same no matter which level of creative entrepreneur that you are subscribe to the podcast at

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