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Win a Complete Rode Podcasting Setup


Fancy yourself as a podcaster? Well, you might just be able to host your very own podcast if you enter this competition. Your entry could stand to win you over £1000 worth of Rode podcasting gear.

Is there an entry fee you ask? Nope, it’s completely free to enter. Let’s take a look at what’s up for grabs; read on to find instructions on how to enter and competition Ts & Cs.


The podcasting prize

Rode RodeCaster Pro IIThis bundle would complete any podcaster’s setup. With high-quality Rode equipment, you get everything you need to stream, broadcast, monitor, and record. It gives you the flexibility to be as creative as you want – you won’t regret entering this giveaway!

The RodeCaster Pro II is a powerful all-in-one audio hub for podcast production. Essentially, it’s an audio mixer combined with a digital audio recorder that’s designed explicitly for podcasting. And it has many cool features which allow you to adaptively record multiple audio inputs and channels.

A decksaver is included in the bundle to keep your RodeCaster Pro II safe from damage when you’re not using it.

You’ll also win a Rode Podmic Dynamic Podcasting Microphone. This is specially made to be used with the RodeCaster Pro II and it’s optimised for speech applications thanks to a tailored frequency response.

And thanks to the Rode PSA1 Plus boom arm that comes in the bundle, you’ll be able to fix your microphone to a table or desk and easily adjust its position and height.

Better still, you’ll get a pair of Rode NTH-100 headphones which will help you monitor your podcast audio with studio-grade sound quality and comfortable fitting features such as Alcantara earcups. We’re even throwing in a 240cm orange headphone cable with these.

To top it all off, we’ve included some premium accessories. You’ll receive two high-end, industry-standard Mogami cables, one XLR (F) to XLR (M) and one XLR (M) to TRS. There’s also a pack of eight multi-coloured Rode Identification rings that will help you set up your podcasting system.

Rode Podmic Dynamic Podcasting MicrophoneCheck out the goods you’ll receive:


In it to win it

To be in with the chance of winning the Rode podcasting bundle, you need to subscribe to the Gear4music Synths and Tech YouTube channel, ‘Like’ the video “Win a complete Rode Podcasting setup!”, and leave a comment, telling us your favourite podcast. It’s that easy! Look below to find the terms and conditions of the competition.

Good luck!


Competition Organiser:

The competition campaign is organised/promoted by Gear4music Limited (company no. 03113256) whose registered office is at Holgate Park Drive, York, YO26 4GN, United Kingdom.

Competition Period:

5 December 2022 – 19 December 2022


The prize for this competition is as follows:

The prize is as stated, and no cash or alternatives will be offered. The prize is not transferable.

Prizes are subject to availability and the organiser reserves the right to substitute any prize with another of equivalent or greater value without giving prior notice.

Any mention of the value of the prizes is based on the current GBP retail price on the website and is accurate at the time of the competition commencing.


The requirements to participate in this competition are as follows:

  • Subscribe to the Gear4music Synths & Tech YouTube Channel
  • Like the video “Win a complete Rode Podcasting setup!”.
  • Comment your favourite podcast.

The competition is open to all UK and EU residents aged over 18 years or over.

There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition.

By entering this competition, an entrant is indicating their agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.


Employees of Gear4music Limited, its partners, anyone otherwise connected with the organisation and their respective relatives (e.g., parents, siblings, spouses) are excluded from participation.

In the event of a violation of these conditions of participation, the organiser reserves the right to exclude persons from the competition.

Only one entry will be accepted per person. Multiple entries from the same person will be disqualified.

Implementation and Processing:

The winner will be notified by Gear4music replying to their comment within 14 days of the closing date. Gear4muisc will then contact the winner via email. The winner will only ever be contacted by Gear4music.

If a winner has not met the requirements for participation, cannot be contacted or does not claim the prize within 14 days of notification, the organiser reserves the right to withdraw the prizes from the winner and pick a replacement winner.

The chosen winner will need to provide the organiser with their Gear4music account number via email. The prizes will be sent to the address provided by the winner by courier, parcel service or post. Delivery is free of charge. Alternatively, the prize will be available for collection from Gear4music’s UK showroom at the following address: Kettlestring Lane, York, YO30 4XF, United Kingdom.


The organisers decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.

The winner agrees to the use of their name and image in any publicity material, as well as their entry. Any personal data relating to the winner or other entrants will be used solely in accordance with the current UK data protection legislation.

Entrants are providing their information to Gear4music Limited and not to any other party. The information provided will be used in conjunction with the following Privacy Policy found at

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter, or any other Social Network.

Content writer for Gear4music. Another vinyl addict and DJ hobbyist who enjoys spending all of his hard-earned money on 90s and noughties techno, electro, house and garage. if you ask him why he has a preference of analogue over digital DJing, he'd probably reply something like "I don't know really, i just like making things difficult for myself for no reason". He runs a club night in York called Shangri La, alongside a Bandcamp label of the same name and ownership.



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