Podcast Studios for Hire in Manchester

Podcast Studios for Hire in Manchester

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Top Podcast Studios in Manchester

Do you have a message or just love joking around with your friends and want to put it out for the world to hear? Podcasting has become all the rage in the past few years. Why not have your voice be heard in one of Manchester’s incredible podcast studios. Get ready to take your podcast out of your bedroom and into a real professional studio to up your production value and marketability. Browse through some of the best podcast studios that the city has to offer and book with Tagvenue today!

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Podcast Studios Hire Guide

Start the search for your podcast recording studio among the streets of central Manchester, but don't be afraid to look farther afield in Greater Manchester if you aim for something conveniently in the suburbs. 

FAQs about Podcast Studios in Manchester

How much does it cost to hire a podcast studio in Manchester?

When hiring a studio to record your podcast, expect basic packages to start around £40 per hour for studio space, and a Rodecaster. For a more comprehensive package, expect to pay around £50 to £80 per hour and include such extras as phone-in guests and video conferencing capabilities. Topline packages, which will consist of all the following and experienced technical and producing assistance, will cost between £85 and £150 per hour. 

Which Manchester districts have the best podcast studios?

Start your search for podcast studios in Manchester's city centre. The heart of the city contains several studios around the Northern Quarter and Spinningfields. Other options are found outside the central quarters, particularly to the north in neighbourhoods near Great Ancoats St around Bradford and Cheetham Hill. To the east, check for options in the riverside neighbourhood near the Quays

What equipment should a podcast studio have? 

When hiring a studio, make sure that the room has been soundproofed with either paneling or foam blocks to ensure that you are capturing high-quality audio. You should also expect to find one or two microphones on booms or stands and headphones and a comfortable seating area because recording a podcast takes time! There should also be aboard capable of mixing the audio and recording on hand, such as a Rodecaster. Many studios offer an optional audio engineer, and if you can afford it, this can definitely ensure that your finished product is as good as it can be. Further considerations for your studio hire would be post-production services. While every studio will provide you with an audio file at the end of your session, there is quite a good bit of editing that will be required, so this can play a large part in your decision.

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