This is what I used last time for the CrankWheel podcast, and I think I'll be using it from now on. The sound quality it achieves by recording both sides individually and then doing post-processing is quite good (judge for yourself) and miles better than simply recording a phone call or Skype conversation. I think it's especially good considering that neither I nor my interviewee had any kind of special microphone or audio setup. Very reasonable pay-as-you-go scheme for post-production, or you can get a free trial of their monthly plan that includes additional features and plenty of post-production.


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