You can only record asynchronously on Rumble, and if you must have live conversations, then Rumble Studio is not a replacement for SquadCast or Riverside.
You can only record asynchronously on Rumble, and if you must have live conversations, then Rumble Studio is not a replacement for SquadCast or Riverside. However, if you're willing to try a new audio format, you can produce great sounding async podcasts and enjoy time and cost savings of 90%.
Async can be a great complement to live recordings; it's not all or nothing. Many of our users use async interviews to support their traditional live podcasts. Some use it for screener interviews before bringing guests onto their live shows. Others use it to catch up with guests that they've previously interviewed live.
You gain a number of advantages when recording asynchronously, from scalability and accessibility, to speed and convenience. If cost is the main factor, then $9/mo is not a bad place to start, and perhaps you can cut the workload of your podcast in half by replacing some live content with async content produced in batches.
We talk more about this in our workshop, Zero to a Hundred - The fastest way to create your first 100 podcast episodes:
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