If you need a film or TVC mixed in a recording studio in Melbourne, then give Beat Tank a call. We understand that post production mixes need to be done fast and to a high quality. As we are a smaller recording studio, you will find out post production audio prices very reasonable. Short films, documentaries, television and film are all our specialty and we can deliver to all c loudness specification and deliver 5.1 Dolby surround mixes. LTRT Dolby encoded mixes are quite common for HD television specs these days. We have just finished mixing post production for The Intolerant Cooks television show for Bengar Films on Channel 7 TWO. This required a 5.1 surround mix and an LTRT mix for a total of 8 channels of audio. At Beat Tank we have a fully calibrated 5.1 surround speaker set up to make sure we deliver a beautiful post production audio mix to all our Melbourne clients.

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We also mix, edit and master podcasts and audio books in Melbourne so you can concentrate on the writing and let us take care of all the other stuff.

Need a podcast studio to hire in Melbourne? Beat Tank has the latest in podcast recording equipment and experienced engineers to make your podcast recording experience a breeze. Check out our Melbourne Podcasting page HERE.

We can also record you next voice over for TVC. film or corporate film and mix and master the post audio too. We service the eastern suburbs of Melbourne including Doncaster, Rosanna, Eltham, Northcote, Heidelberg, Viewbank, Macleod, Templestowe, Clifton Hill, Hawthorn, Kew, Balwyn, Box Hill, Preston, Research, Diamond Creek, Kangaroo Ground and Christmas Hills.

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Tips on recording your first podcast

Updated: Sep 25, 2019


So you have a great idea for your first podcast, but you have no idea how to make that happen so everyone can listen to your work? Well this is a common problem and at Beat Tank Studio based in Melbourne's Eastern suburbs, we have set up a dedicated podcast recording room with all the latest tools to make your dream come true. Simply have your ideas written down on paper or laptop, come in for a few hours and let our in-house engineer take you through the recording process and give you tips on how to make your podcast sound professional.

Here are some helpful tips to making sure your first podcast will be will received once you release it.


1 - Make sure your idea is original and not copied from someone else's.


2- Create a slogan / theme and use original music so people recognise the start of the podcast just by the music or sting.


3- Invite interesting guests and record interviews with relevant experts in the field


4 - Make sure you talk clearly and vary your tone. If people have to listen to your voice for 45 minutes at a time it needs to hold their interest.


5- Get the podcast professionally mixes and mastered - this will ensure the edit points are clean, your voice sounds smooth and it gets outputted to the right loudness specification for iTunes.


6- Promote and advertise your podcast to get it heard. Write a blog post to support the podcast and put aside a budget for paid advertising to ensure your podcast doesn't slip through the gaps.


So if you are ready to go with your podcast, give us a call or email us today to get started and book in a time to get your first episode recorded and the theme music ready.


Contact us HERE