Radio & Podcast Course

Radio & Podcast Course | Tokyo

With the emergence of online radio stations and music platforms, modern day technology allows people to host their own radio show or podcast from the comfort of their home. So whether you’re a DJ, a producer or even a complete beginner, this course has everything you need to produce and sell your own radio show or podcast. If you make the grade after assessment, you will be invited to host a guest spot on Wild1 Radio, which could lead to a permanent radio show. To learn more and request information on the schedule, click here.

Introduction and Equipment:

  • What you need to produce a radio show?
  • What’s the difference between a radio show, a podcast, and a classic DJ mix?
  • Different types of radio shows.
  • DJ and radio history.
  • Regulations and laws about music copyrights.

Building Your Show:

  • Find a guideline to your show.
  • Write a detailed show outline.
  • Find relevant topics to discuss.
  • Lay down your voice on a beat.
  • Prepare an interview.
  • Conduct an interview.

DJ Skills:

  • How to do a music transition.
  • Creating playlists.
  • All about cue points.
  • All about radio/DJ tags in your mixes.

Production Skills:

  • Record your mixes and voice on your DAW.
  • Recording and mixing levels on your DAW.
  • Producing your own Radio/DJ tag.
  • Recording with Serato or Traktor.

The Art of Talking into the Microphone:

  • All about microphones.
  • Test and adjust microphone levels.
  • How to talk in a microphone to set the mood.
  • Apply FX on your voice.

Your First Show:

  • Recording your pilot show.
  • Post production and edits.
  • Mastering.

Sell Yourself:

  • Find a catchy name for your show.
  • Select the right platform to put your show on.
  • Getting yourself out there.
  • Radio and podcast SEO.

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