A great way to create a dynamic broadcast is to do a call-in radio show with special guests.
There are lots of audio setups that will work, but below is a path you can take, focused on simple, affordable solutions that will all result in a professional-sounding interview. In this path, you will use a third party audio routing tool to broadcast certain applications from your computer, bypassing all other device sounds like notification sounds, update reminders etc.
If you'd like to broadcast all audio occuring on your laptop/computer and not isolate audio sources you can take a look at this article: How To Do a Call-In Radio Show with Blast Radio Desktop Broadcasting App (without sound isolation)
Step 1: Install audio routing software like Audio Hijack or Loopback
Third party tools like Audio Hijack or Loopback make routing different audio applications super simple.
Note: These tools cost money, but simplify the flow described in How To Do a Call-In Radio Show with Blast Radio Desktop Broadcasting App (without sound isolation).
Step 2: Choose the audio routing software as your input source
Go to the Blast Radio Broadcasting Desktop App and click the Settings button on the top left of the Broadcasting app.
Choose whichever third party solution you choose as the input from the available sources then close the settings window. In this image, Loopback is chosen.
Step 3: Choose the application you will call from and call your guest
Within the third party tool, you can choose which application you want to broadcast audio from -- for example:
- Chrome (for Google Meet or Voice)
Now, when you click 'Start live broadcast,' the audio source you choose will be broadcast into Blast Radio!
Note: Make sure you have permission to broadcast your conversation!
Another option to do a call-in radio show on Blast Radio would be to use a physical set up with Blast Box.