If you’ve ever asked yourself, “How to make radio on your own”, the best place to begin is with some basic instructions on how to set up your radio and listen to it. For those who want to learn how to play the radio for a living, these instructions will come in very handy. Even if you have no intentions of ever doing anything else with your radio, having a clear idea of how to operate it will help you in the future if you decide to take it on a trip. It will also let you enjoy listening to the radio without having to worry about whether it is functioning properly.
The first thing that you should do before you learn how to make radio on your own is to make sure that you speak clearly to your audience. This might sound obvious, but many people do not realise that their voice is not coming through clearly when they speak over the radio. Ask your audience whether or not you’re speaking clearly, over your two way radio, and pay careful attention to how you speak over the radio as well. When it comes to using your microphone, you should make sure that your hands are positioned behind your head and not on your face. When operating your radio with your hands, make sure that the buttons are easy to press and that you don’t feel the need to hold the radio tightly to your ear while using it. You may also find that you get a headache from trying to hear what you’re saying over all the static. Use your headset and/or ear buds to help with this, and also try not to tilt your head forward while you operate your radio.
Once you have learned how to make radio on your own, it’s important that you set up your equipment correctly. One of the easiest ways to do this is to connect the radio to your computer using your USB cable and then start playing tracks and stations for your radio station. The next step involves setting up your station in your home using a software such as GarageBand or iTunes. Once this has been done, you can download a variety of music from your own personal computer and upload it to your radio station so that everyone can listen to it over the airwaves.