It’s pretty basic. For Wild Thing, I had a mini Marantz recorder and a shotgun mic, and that was the extent of it. And now I have a Zoom H4N Pro recorder because the mini Marantz died, but I still just use the one shotgun microphone. If it’s windy out, I use what they call a “dead cat” — one of those furry things that you put on the microphone to dampen the wind noise. And then I have a pistol grip so I don’t have mic-handling noise. That’s my basic recording setup; I take that out in the field — it goes everywhere with me—and then I also use it to track myself when I do the voiceover narration for the podcast.