Then, I will start by covering each section starting with the cheapest option:
Finally, I'll talk about my setup, as well as some recommended full configurations at various price points.
- My setup
- Entry-level podcasting and remote work
- Podcasts and mid-level remote work
- Podcasting at a professional level
This is intended as a reference when it comes to finding more clarity and not to stress you out or to judge anything you are happy with your existing setup. Do you require more clarity from your system? Let's not spend any money on anything just yet.
Although I love having a high-quality webcam for working remotely, would I have purchased it if I weren't so concerned with me being able to give videos to people on YouTube? No. Make the most of your budget by using this resource.
A proper microphone for podcasters is needed. Streamers need high-quality mics and cameras, but lighting is perhaps the most crucial factor. Although YouTubers need the best camera and light, the audio still matters a lot. The remote worker's requirements are the least severe. Do what works best for you.