Podcasting

/ˈpädˌkastiNG/

the practice of using the Internet to make digital recordings of broadcasts available for downloading to a computer or mobile device.

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Tutorials

Podcast Cranny

Podcast Cranny

Podcast Cranny
Why might you consider creating a podcast as a music therapist? - The Tech Nook

Why might you consider creating a podcast as a music therapist? - The Tech Nook

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What are the different types of podcasts? - The Tech Nook

What are the different types of podcasts? - The Tech Nook

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How do I start a podcast? - The Tech Nook

How do I start a podcast? - The Tech Nook

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How to Set Up Podcast Gear - The Tech Nook

How to Set Up Podcast Gear - The Tech Nook

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How to Host a Podcast  - The Tech Nook

How to Host a Podcast - The Tech Nook

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How to Edit a Podcast Pt. 1  - The Tech Nook

How to Edit a Podcast Pt. 1 - The Tech Nook

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Guides


Where do I host a podcast?
What type of gear and software can I use?
How do I become a guest on a podcast?
How should I speak?

in and for

music therapy

Practice
 Depending on the privacy guidelines of your facility and client consent, podcasting may be conducted in-house and only shared among residents or clients of an organization OR it may be released publicly on various web platforms. Podcasting affords opportunities for expression, agency, empowerment, and social interaction.
Advocacy
Podcasting can be used to promote awareness of our field to the broad public,  introducing our services to potential clients, collaborating with other disciplines. It can also be used to learn about current research and the work other music therapists are doing.

The Podcasting Cranny was compiled by Gabby Banzon, Grant Hales, Andrew Knight, Chris Millett, and Kate Shannon

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