How Do I Get a Podcast on Discord Server?


Angela Bailey

Are you a podcast enthusiast looking to share your favorite episodes with others on Discord? Well, you’re in luck!

Discord allows you to create your very own podcast channel within your server. In this article, we will guide you through the steps to easily get a podcast on your Discord server.

Step 1: Create a Voice Channel

The first thing you need to do is create a voice channel dedicated to your podcast. To do this, simply follow these steps:

  1. Click on the “+” button next to the voice channels category.
  2. Select “Create Channel.”
  3. Choose a name for your podcast channel (e.g., “Podcast Lounge”).
  4. Click “Create Channel” to finalize.

Step 2: Configure Your Podcast Channel

Now that you have created your podcast channel, it’s time to configure it for optimal podcasting experience. Follow these steps:

  1. Right-click on the newly created channel and select “Edit Channel.”
  2. Navigate to the “Permissions” tab.
  3. Select the role or individual users who should have access to the channel.
  4. Grant appropriate permissions such as “Connect” and “Speak” for everyone who should be able to participate in the podcast.
    • Note: It’s recommended to create a specific role for podcast hosts and assign relevant permissions only to them.

Step 3: Invite Podcast Participants

To make your podcast more engaging, invite participants who can contribute their insights and opinions. Here’s how:

  1. Click on the invite button next to the voice channel name.
  2. Copy the generated invitation link.
  3. Share the invitation link with your desired podcast participants through direct messages or other communication channels.
    • Note: Ensure that you only invite reliable individuals who will contribute positively to your podcast.

Step 4: Start Recording Your Podcast

You’re now ready to start recording your podcast. Follow these steps:

  1. Ensure that all participants are connected to the podcast channel.
  2. Use a reliable voice recording software or bot to record your podcast. There are various options available, such as Craig, MEE6, and Groovy.
    • Note: Make sure to familiarize yourself with the chosen recording tool and its commands before starting your podcast.

Step 5: Share Your Podcast Episodes

Congratulations! You have successfully recorded your podcast.

Now it’s time to share it with your Discord community. Here’s what you need to do:

Option A: Manual Sharing

If you prefer manual sharing, follow these steps:

  1. Select a file hosting service of your choice (e., Google Drive, Dropbox).
  2. Upload your recorded podcast file to the chosen hosting service.
  3. Create a shareable download link for your file.
    • TIP: Make sure the link is set to public or accessible to the intended audience.
  4. Share the download link in your podcast channel or any other appropriate text channels.

Option B: Using a Podcast RSS Feed

If you want to automate the sharing process, consider setting up a podcast RSS feed. Follow these steps:

  1. Create an account on a podcast hosting platform that supports RSS feeds (e., Anchor, Libsyn).
  2. Follow the platform’s instructions to upload your podcast episodes and create an RSS feed.
  3. Copy the generated RSS feed URL.
  4. Add a customizable bot like “FredBoat” to your Discord server.
  5. Configure the bot using the provided commands and include your RSS feed URL.
    • TIP: Consult the bot’s documentation or website for specific instructions on how to set up an RSS feed.

That’s it! You’ve successfully set up a podcast on your Discord server. Now you can engage with your community by sharing exciting episodes, discussing topics, and enjoying meaningful conversations through audio!

In Conclusion

Congratulations! You have learned how to get a podcast on your Discord server. By following these steps, you can create an engaging platform for sharing your favorite episodes and fostering discussions within your community.

Remember to maintain quality content, invite reliable participants, and continuously engage with your audience to make your podcast channel thrive. Happy podcasting!

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