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The SEGA Lounge

Hosted by KC. An interview based podcast focusing on SEGA games, game devs and community personalities. New episodes every Friday. Come on in and have a seat.

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David Luis uses Podpage for The SEGA Lounge Host of The SEGA Lounge podcast. Show host and admin at RadioSEGA.

Podpage offers an incredible package for the price. You can customize your website, add custom pages, tweak the design and the developer is constantly working on it - crushing bugs and adding features. He's also just a Slack message away and implements changes and tweaks really fast. Highly recommended for newcomers and pros alike, if you're looking for a simple yet powerful way to build your podcast website.

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David Luis uses RØDE Podmic for The SEGA Lounge Host of The SEGA Lounge podcast. Show host and admin at RadioSEGA.

I've been using the Podmic for a few months now for both my podcast and radio shows. It's a very good quality budget (under $100) dynamic microphone that totally serves its purpose. You'll have to boost up the gain on your audio interface for better audio levels, as it's not as loud as you'd probably expect, but that's a minor gripe considering the quality of the sound you get from it. Its build quality is excellent as well. Very heavy and sturdy, making it an excellent choice for all.

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David Luis uses VoiceMeeter for The SEGA Lounge Host of The SEGA Lounge podcast. Show host and admin at RadioSEGA.

I've used physical mixers in the past, but the level of control and customization that VoiceMeeter allows for is very impressive. After using VoiceMeeter Banana for several years on my radio shows, I've recently started using VoiceMeeter Potato, which is even more advances and adjustable. Highly recommended for both beginners who don't want to spend their hard earned money on a physical mixer and for pro users.

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David Luis uses Zoom H4n Pro for The SEGA Lounge Host of The SEGA Lounge podcast. Show host and admin at RadioSEGA.

The H4n Pro is a brilliant and versatile piece of equipment. These days I use it mostly as an audio interface for my XLR mics, but it's also a field recorder with built-in decent quality mics and a good portable device to record podcasts on the go.

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