We like podcasts! We like listening to them, we like making them, and we like helping others with theirs. We have space to record. Let us help you create your podcast.
We're a 500 sq ft single room studio located in a historic mill near Remington. We have seating for 4 plus an audio technician.
This is for the person who always wanted a podcast but didn't know where to start. We spend up to 8 hours securing cover art, recording & editing the first episode, tagging & preparing for upload, creating & signing up for an online host, and finally uploading up to a 30 minute episode. This is done spread across up to four - two hour sittings. $500
This is not for the casual podcaster. It is for the person that knows what they want. This includes recording, editing, uploading, and/or coaching. It can also includes remote callers to your podcast, promotion on my website, and a bit more "Hand Holding". We can help you organize your social media posts and find you a podcast assistant. This is for the person that wants a "Turn Key" show with significant pre and post show support. $400 per episode.
Want to be more hands on in the process? This package includes recording, editing, and/or coaching. We've created a recipe for success. Now lets execute. Record here and we'll finish each episode together before you leave. No more stress about finding the time to finish. $200 per episode.
Want to do it all yourself but don't have the equipment. Use mine. I'll be there to ensure you know how everything works but it's your podcast. $60/hour (2hour minimum)
1 on 1 time to discuss your podcast. Let me help you figure it out. I review your podcast and your strategies and give you direction and advice. In studio or remote. $60/hour
Don't let the above rates scare you. We have a few people that come in often and get a reduced rate. Drop us a note. If it sounds interesting, we can likely work something out.
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Everyone has a story, and every story has a purpose. Listen in as Dustin interviews some of the most incredible people and hear them share their real and vulnerable stories of overcoming unique challenges and struggles to inspire and motivate each other towards personal fortitude, healing, growth, and empowerment. Dustin declares, “We are going to spark a movement and we are going to change the world, one heart at a time, freeing others from shame, guilt and anger. It’s life … life is tough … but YOU can be tougher!”
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We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
3000 Chestnut Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21211, United States
10:00 am – 02:00 pm