This article offers some best practices for preparing your recording environment to create your episode with the call recorder.
Make sure that you have no background noise in your recording environment. You should always be aware of what is happening around you and check where the microphone is pointing. Take time at the start and end of each recording to ensure that there are no unwanted noises.
Make sure you've positioned your microphone correctly. Avoid breathing directly into the microphone as heavy breathing can cause distortion. If you need to take a deep breath, do it while your mouth is pointing away from the microphone.
If you're using a headset or desktop microphone, be sure to keep it close to your mouth.
If you're using a laptop, don't let your battery fall below 20%
Be sure that you and your guests are using headphones for your recording session. Headphones are preferred over Speakers because they prevent echo & produce higher quality audio.
Choose wired headphones over Bluetooth headphones because Bluetooth headphones sometime have a delay and can disconnect from your computer in the middle of your recording or have the battery die.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Start with a sample recording of ~1 minute & playback to check the sound quality.