Remote recording software enables you to run remote recordings with co-hosts or guests around the world. There are a variety of apps and programs available. For example, Zoom or Anchor are low-cost, low-barrier-to-entry solutions. Squadcast and Riverside offer local recording (so there are no lapses when the internet fails) and allow you to record on separate audio tracks (which makes extensive editing easier), some offer video recording as an option and for podcasts who want to create live events, Streamyard is a good solution. Note that some platforms allow you to record the highest quality audio (WAV), while others limit your recording to a compressed file format (MP3).