I just had a coworking friend from Charlotte stop by and he mentioned how 
much their podcasting studio is adding energy to his space. So I talked 
around and I can feel some of the same excitment building in our community 
when I bring it up here.
So we are converting an interior office into a podcast studio. I want it to 
have professional equipment that is easy to use. This isn't going to be the 
highest end but good for business to make quality podcasts that sound 
great. We are doing this for a few reasons:

   1. The community wants one - granted not many but three members would 
   use it
   2. Offices aren't exciting to me. 
   3. Competition is high in Denver for offices so this interior one sits 
   up 2 to 3 months out of the year and doesn't pull in much money, $500, even 
   when it is rented.
   4. It's new way to get people to create is fun and is a driver to 
   building a community
   5. Anytime you give your community a tool to create it builds an 
   opportunity to bond over.
   6. It should bring in revenue than the office. I'm hoping for 50% higher.

I'm coming at this from a fairly naive perspective right now so I would 
love some feedback. Here is what I'm thinking. The podcasting studio will 
cost me around $700 in new furniture, purchased from IKEA. I'm looking into 
this equipment which will cost me about $1500.

4 of these mic set ups, 

4 channel mixer

*Does anyone have any experience with a podcasting studio, things to try, 
pitfalls to avoid, etc?*

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