By The Campfire

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About By The Campfire

Wherever you go, these days everyone seems focussed on their phones, tablets and laptops. And if people talk to each other, a lot of the conversations are short and about nothing special.
With this podcast, I want to get to know my guests a bit more. Therefore, we sit down with no limitations and no prepared subjects, and just let our conversation lead the way. And while talking to each other, we'll get to know each other a bit better.

Why Patreon?
Creating a podcast is not free. While my current podcasting setup was compiled by things I had already lying around, I want to improve the quality of the podcast. For instance by getting new microphones. This is where Patreon comes in. Every contribution you make goes directly into getting new gear and improving the podcast.

When will I charge?
I will only charge you when I release a new episode. No monthly charges in months where no episode was released! It may happen that I release 2 episodes in a single month, but I expect there will be a maximum of 1 episode per month. If you're worried about me overloading you with episodes and charging you for a lot of money, you can set a cap to the amount of money I can charge you each month when you finalize your pledge.
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$18 of $100 per episode
I need better microphones. I'm currently using a Shure SM48 and a Shure SM58. With my Rodecaster Pro, I can now get a lot better quality, but I'll need better quality microphones. Either nice Shure SM7b microphones or perhaps the Rode PodMic. When I reach $100/month, it will only take me a couple of months to buy a nice set of microphones.
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