Recording a podcast in person vs remotely
After four years (!!!) of recording our podcast remotely - i.e. we talk via voice chat, everyone records their own audio track, and I put them together in the edit - this December two of us will be recording a special episode live while we're not just in the same country for a change but in the same room.
I have one of those Snowball mics that lets you switch between cardioid and omnidirectional audio, so I'm thinking that it should be up to recording the two of us. However, what I'm wondering is whether any people here who have worked on podcasts have any tips with respect to recording a live conversation. We'll have less leeway with respect to editing than we do when working with individual audio tracks, so any advice on what to do and what to avoid would be much appreciated. Obviously the episode will sound and feel different, but I'm hoping to avoid any beginner mistakes that are easily avoided if you know about them beforehand.
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