Anyone who has access to a phone or computer (and reliable Wi-Fi) can conduct or be part of a remote interview. In most cases, you can do everything remotely you’d do face to face — except wrestle. And remote recording is generally cheaper and easier. But just like in a studio, the gear you use and your recording environment will play a large part in the quality of your recordings. Here’s what you need to know to get the right setup before the interview starts.