Reaper is one of the many options available to you for recording and editing your podcast. But is it the right one?
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Music copyright is a thorny subject. Can you use a song that’s been copyrighted in your podcast?
From learning to use dedicated software, to automating production with an app – here are various ways you can handle your editing!
Let’s look at Audacity noise reduction, which is just one feature of this free, feature packed tool for podcasters.
Adobe Audition is a first class option for recording and editing your podcast. Here are some great features to try out.
You want to work on your podcast, but your dog wants to go for a walk. With EditPoint, you can do both!
What do these two (serious sounding) terms mean? And how do they apply to your own podcast?
The Audacity compressor can level out your audio & help to fix many volume issues. Find out how it works, right here.
Why might you use sound effects in your episodes? Where do you get them? Here’s our guide to finding podcast sound effects.
A good microphone and a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) will get you a long way in the production of your podcast. When it comes time for post-production, however, depending on your DAW, more tools may be needed in order to achieve the professional-quality sound that give your words and ideas polish and clarity. For most,