When I started podcasting, I was in the process of doing a series on how the human voice is a big deal, so I had to figure out how to incorporate it into the podcast, too.
I did this with the help of a podcasting friend of mine, Matt, who had the idea of writing a podcast about how to make your voice work better.
Matt, of course, has done a lot of great work in the past on podcasts about the art of podcasting and how to create great shows.
I also helped him create a new podcast called The Cranes Academy, which he launched a year ago.
The Crans Academy has a lot in common with The Voice, and we all got to hear a little bit of each other’s voices.
And if you want to get your ears to be a little more sensitive to how your voice works, we’ve included a bunch of great audio clips that I’m sure you’ll enjoy.
And you can find all of the Crans’ podcasts and podcasts from other podcasting friends on iTunes.
If you like what you hear, you can always subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, or you can just go to the Crains Academy page on the Crants’ Academy website.
The Podcast for Cranes article The podcasting community is a great place to learn about other people’s favorite podcasts.
So, with that in mind, here are some of my favorite podcasts from the podcasting world.
(You can also check out the Crane Academy website for all the Cranks’ podcasts.)
Listeners of the podcast Cranes is a podcast that celebrates the life of Thomas Crane.
Cranes features interviews with notable figures in aviation history.
You can also listen to the show on Spotify.
Crans is a radio show that features interviews from the aviation community.
You also can listen to Crans on the podcast The Crants, on Spotify or via iTunes.
The Air and Space Show is a new series from The Crains, featuring an interview with John Glenn.
You might remember John Glenn from his iconic Apollo 11 mission, which led to the first ever United States landing on the moon.
The series, hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson, is about how the first astronauts went from space to the moon and how the rest of us have made the journey.
The show was first launched on the podcasts podcast Crans and the Crannys, which are hosted by David Fincher.
The Space Show also features interviews of other people who are known for their achievements in spaceflight.
The hosts of the Space Show include Elon Musk, James Hansen, James Irwin, and other notable astronauts.
You will find a ton of podcasts from that series at The SpaceShow.
The podcast is also a feature on the YouTube channel SpaceTalk.
And don’t forget that you can listen on your Apple Podcasts or Spotify Playlists.
If all that wasn’t enough, there are podcasts for everyone!
There are lots of podcasts for your family and friends to enjoy.
There are podcasts that you will enjoy for family and social situations, as well as ones for serious educational use.
And there are a ton more.
So if you’re looking for a good way to get started with podcasting or just want to learn more about how podcasts are made, this is definitely a podcast for you.
I hope you enjoy these 10 podcasts.
I know I did.
Have you ever done a podcast?
What were some of your favorite episodes?
Let me know in the comments below!