Ever wanted to hear your dulcet tones on the Internet but didn't know where to start? Read our handy guide to recording, editing and hosting your podcast and you'll be there in no time.
We can't guarantee you'll be popular, but at least you won't stay silent.
1. Get the right hardware
It's fairly obvious that if you want to record yourself speaking you'll need some way of getting audio on to your computer.
There are plenty of ways of doing this, but you'll want to get the best quality piece of kit you can afford if you want to sound good and minimise the amount of tidying up you'll have to do later.
My absolute favourite mic for podcasting (and indeed many other uses) is the Blue Microphones Snowball USB mic. At around £85 it's not the cheapest option but it's used by professional broadcasters and podcasters alike. Simply plug it in to a spare USB port and you've got a quality audio recording device for vocals, instruments and ambient sounds...