4 years ago I started podcasting and it came as a lightning to me. Earlier I never thoutgh about a radio show or a podcast. Important role in this change played me starting a freelancer carier.
I started with my own music podcast called Uku Lood (Uku's stories). I am a bedroom musician and never really tried my music to get to the world. But then came a connection between my music making, audio editing I love and presenting my music.
After the first podcast I started second one about marketing. All earlier years I spend in advertising agnecies and I have a lot to teach. Shortly after my marketing podcast I got a new challenge - marketing radio show in local business radio station. This was a great leap for my podcasting.
Last but not least I started a podcast about my background music. Afterwards I aknowledge clearly that a piece of music is just a track or a sound until I make it special. Helipank Podcast is about to explain my music and what is behind every song.
A break is just a short musical break during episode. I just discovered, I did not say it out loud in my episode. What do you think about breaks? Do you use them? Answer in Anchor messaging.
In this episode we listen 5 shamanistic background tracks. You might want to use some of those? Or not?
Today's episode we listen 6 bakcground tracks and talk about them. But why birds? You got to listen 🙂
In today episode I talk about why sould you use electronic music for your episode background.
In this episode I talk about unique sounds and why your podcast background sound has to be unique. Here is the Sad Story background sound: https://helipank.ee/product/sad-story/
How is this weird mushroom connected to a background sound? More important question is: do you feel the giant buffball in this track?
Today's music is called Mets. Forest, in Estonian language. You can find it here: https://helipank.ee/product/mets/