Equipment, Tools & Resources

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You don’t need to spend much to start a podcast.

Before I started my podcasts I did lots of research. Lots of web search, read blogs and watched heaps of videos.

Unfortunately, the only thing that I achieved was to get more and more confused.

In the end, I chose the most simple. most affordable and easiest setups.
It has worked for me and I have now done hundreds and hundreds of interviews using these setups.

In this page, I show you what I use and where to buy them.  Please note I have affiliate links listed for some of the products I really like.


G-Suite and Google drive
Web storage that will be linked with your Gmail.
In my case, I pay for Gmail for business (AU$8.40 per month) and you get to customise your email address (looking professional) and get 30GB to store and share all your files.

Web-based file storage site. Handles big of files (perfect to share and store video and audio files. Easy to give access to your team or the public to individual files and folders. Syncs with your computer so you can access from your hard drive.

WordPress website templates



Free software for recording and editing audio. What I use to edit my podcasts.

I connect with my guests and record online interviews with Zoom. I have the following connected to my desktop/laptop

Blue Yeti USB Microphone – Blackout
USB Microphone

Blue Yeti USB Microphone – Silver

USB Microphone

Foam Microphone Windscreen

Pop filter for microphone

I personally use my mobile phone to record all the face to face interviews.

There are several ways to connect lavalier microphones to your phone:

Microphone directly to your phone:
RØDE SMARTLAVPRode SmartLav+ Omnidirectional Lavalier Microphone for Smartphones
Lav microphone for smartphones with headjack input

Professional grade Microphone:

Rode Lavalier GO Professional-Grade Wearable Microphone, Black
Professional Lav microphone with TRS connection.

RØDE SC1Rode SC1 6m TRRS Extension Cable
Extension cable for TRRS microphones

RØDE SC4Rode SC4 3.5mm TRS to TRRS Microphone Cable Adaptor

TRS to TRRS adaptor. So that you can use your normal microphones with your phone

iPhone adapter and 2 x microphone splitter
RØDE SC6LRode SC6-L Dual TRRS Input and Headphone Output for Apple Devices
Adaptor to connect your micophones into your latest iphone

Android or older iPhones

RØDE SC6Rode SC6 Dual TRRS input
and Headphone Output for smartphones
Lav splitter for mobile phones

Wind protection for your Lavalier microphones (avoid extra noises)
Docooler Furry Outdoor Microphone Windscreen Muff

I simply put all my cables, microphones and extra batteries in a simple cable bag

Portable Travel USB Cable Organizer Bag

You dont want to ran out of phone battery in the middle of your interview so get a powerbank.

Anker PowerCore 13000 Portable Charger
2-Port Ultra Portable Phone Charger Power Bank

Every single one of my guests is inspiring and impressive in their own way.
I would love to include you within the select list of guests of the Innovator Diaries Podcast.

Here are just 10 of the more than 100 amazing guests I have had the honour to talk to.

It would be an honour to be able to have the opportunity to meet you!

  1. Head of Global Innovation for IKEA, Stiven Kerestegian
  2. Director of the Australian Antarctic Division, Kim Ellis
  3. World Record Freediver and Navy Seal Trainer, Anna von Boetticher
  4. Former Managing Director of Apple Australia and Equality Champion, Diana Ryall
  5. World Top 5 Business Coach and Best Selling Author, Chester Elton
  6. Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine, Jason Feifer
  7. Keynote Speaker and living proof that anything is possible, Alvin Law
  8. Director Future Global Innovation for Adidas, Christopher Robertson
  9. Best dog photographer in the world, Alex Cearns
  10. Award-winning Architect and Designer of the Best House In The World, William Smart
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