I've been doing podcasts for more than two years, so I've done my share of tweaking recording equipment and software, as well as editing multiple waveforms at once. The software I use most is Adobe Audition, and I record with a Blue Yeti.


Tadaima: A Terrace House Podcast

In the last two months of 2018, three friends and I started a podcast about Terrace House, a Japanese reality TV show on Netflix. We review each episode as they come out, and during the offseason, we find more holistic Terrace House content to discuss.


Tiny Disc Podcast

In May 2017, some friends and I put together our own podcast about games and life. Our top priority was sounding as good as possible while making the show entertaining and informative. We wrapped up the podcast toward the end of 2018 to start another one called Tadaima: A Terrace House Podcast.

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Project Rusty

When GameLuster started podcasting, I lent my expertise to help the show be as great as possible. Now, I lead the charge on Project Rusty, a show where we take a break from playing games to play with the news. The show takes a more lighthearted approach to the happenings of the gaming industry, where the hosts act more as pundits than news anchors.



This was my first foray into the podcasting world, and it was a video game podcast I did for The Lantern, the student paper at the Ohio State University. The newspaper gave us some good mics, and it was my first time learning how to really edit multiple audio files into one final product and how to run a show.