The core of my work is planning, recording, producing and publishing the episodes of my shows. The following information primarily serves my guests to prepare for a recording.
If I have invited you to record an episode with me, then this is generally free of cost for you. After the publication, though, you are welcome to financially support me on a voluntary basis.
Upon request, I issue an invoice for an amount of your choice and stating the VAT.
All of my episodes are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. They are accessible for everyone, and they can be shared and copied accordingly.
I’m completely free in creating my episodes.
I don’t conduct traditional interviews. Instead, I prefer lively conversations.
I prepare for every recording, but you’re most welcome to contribute your own content. Prior arrangements are possible, but not always necessary.
There’s no time limit. A single recording session can easily take three hours, or even longer. The content dictates the optimal length of an episode.
At each of the four places around the table in the studio, there are one Shure SM 7B microphone and Sennheiser HD-280 headphones with a volume control. Furthermore, there’s a Schuko plug socket, a USB power outlet, a RJ45 network connector and a USB 3.0 jacks connected to the recording computer. The two monitors in the middle of the table can be plugged into a computer with a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) connector with just one cable, i. e., as a daisy chain.
The two people on the couch can be equipped with one Sennheiser E835 S microphone each.
Each guest has Wi-Fi access.
With up to three guests, recordings are also possible outside the studio.