Recording guided meditations is simpler and more accessible than one might think. Contrary to popular belief, expensive equipment or studio rentals are unnecessary. Both iPhones and Android phones can deliver professional-quality sound at home.

Recording Hardware


iPhones and most mid-range Android phones suffice for basic recordings.

External Microphones

Enhance audio quality with external mics like Shure V88 or Rode VideoMic.


If using a computer, an external microphone is advisable. Options include Blue Yeti and Rode NT.

Software for Recording and Editing

Mindist (iOS & Android)

Designed specifically for meditation recordings. Allows importing scripts and step-by-step recording. Includes a royalty-free music library.

Soundtrap (PC, Mac, iOS, Android)

Focused on podcasting and music, offering more advanced features. Allows recording, importing, and editing audio.

Audacity (PC & Mac)

A powerful, free desktop app recommended by many creators. Supports filtering, merging with background music, and more advanced editing.

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Script Preparation: Have a well-prepared script or outline.
Environment: Choose a quiet and distraction-free space.
Comfort: Stay hydrated with a glass of water.

Recording Techniques

Single Audio Track

Record narration in one go and edit later.

Segmented Recording

Record in smaller parts for easier editing and re-recording.

Silence and Background Music

Add necessary silences and background music during the editing phase.

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Managing Silences

Silences are crucial for the meditative experience.


Allows specifying silence duration without complex editing.


Manually adjust silence by editing the recordings.

Adding Background Music

Music Sources

Use royalty-free music from platforms like Music of Wisdom and Indie Music Box.


Offers built-in free tracks for ease of use.

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Sharing Your Meditation


Most apps allow exporting as MP3 for easy sharing.


Upload to Soundcloud, YouTube, or directly share with listeners.


Provides links for sharing directly within the app and offers an experience similar to popular meditation apps.

Creating guided meditations is accessible and straightforward with modern technology. Proper hardware and user-friendly software reduce barriers to entry. Encourage readers to explore meditation creation with apps like Mindist.

Call to Action

Invite readers to download relevant apps and start recording. Encourage joining communities and continuing to learn and share their work.

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