How to Edit & Produce a Podcast
Advice on how to edit and produce great podcast content. That means editing software and the processes/effects you want to use.
A primer on How to Edit & Produce a Podcast
Podcast Editing: The Ultimate Guide
Podcast editing is a huge part of the medium as a whole. For complete beginners, it can be an intimidating barrier to launching a show. Many aspiring podcasters procrastinate worrying on how they’ll actually edit their podcast episodes, prior to publishing them. But it’s actually never been easier to either edit audio yourself, or to…Read
Best Podcast Editing Software for Podcasters of All Levels
Is there a single best podcast editing software option out there? Unsurprisingly, no. But, we can tell you some of the best options FOR YOU! That’s because, although all podcasters have much in common, there’s also a lot of individual factors to think about with something like this. People come to podcasting with different backgrounds, skills,…Read
The MEE Podcasting Method™: Editing & Production for Real People
I recently ran a survey with every Podcaster on my mailing list, and it turned out to be one of the best things I’ve done for my business in years. The main question I asked was: “What are you struggling with in Podcasting?” Well, it turns out that there are a fair few concerns out…Read
How to Find Podcast Music
There’s no rule saying that you must have music in your podcast. Plenty of good podcasts have no music at all. But, there’s no doubt that having your own theme tune adds a layer of identity and professionalism to any show. How do you go about finding music that’s suitable (and legal) for you to use? That’s…Read
Here's a course that might help
Editing with Audacity
This course is designed to teach you everything you need to know about recording and editing your podcast in Audacity, from first install to advanced audio quality techniques.View the Course
EditPoint Review – Take a Walk & Produce Your Podcast on the Go
You want to work on your podcast, but your dog wants to go for a walk. With EditPoint, you can do both!
Destructive Vs Non-Destructive Audio Editing for Podcast Production
What do these two (serious sounding) terms mean? And how do they apply to your own podcast?
Fixing Podcast Volume Issues with the Audacity Compressor
Audacity is a free, open source programme you can use to record and edit your podcast. Recently, we took a look at its Noise Reduction Feature. In this article, we’re going to switch gears, and focus on the Audacity Compressor. What is a Compressor? You might immediately conjure up images of yourself inflating your car…
How to Remove Background Noise with Audacity Noise Reduction
Audacity is a free, featured packed tool you can use to record and edit your podcast.
How to Find Podcast Sound Effects
Why might you use sound effects in your podcast? And if you do, where can you find them?
Reaper Review: A Collaborative Option for Recording & Editing Podcasts
Reaper is one of the many options available to you for recording and editing your podcast. But is it the right one?
Podcast Plugins: 4 Ways to Take Your Audio to the Next Level | Tools of the Trade
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,…
5 Ways to Improve Your Podcast Listener’s Experience
When podcasters think about ways to get more listeners, their mind usually jumps to things like marketing and advertising. Podcasters might be willing to spend great deals of money to get better numbers for their podcast when really, what’s most helpful is free things you can do to improve your listener’s experience. It’s not that…
Best Podcast Making Apps | Simplify Your Podcasting Process
For every struggle faced by the human race, there’s an app developer building a handy solution. It’s no big surprise, then, that a handful of podcast making apps have popped up in recent years. I should start by clarifying what I mean by “app.” In this article, we won’t be covering fully fledged podcast software,…
Understanding Dynamic Range and Loudness | Podcast Volume Levels
This guide, put together by our resident audio engineer Matt Boudreau, is aimed at intermediate-level podcasters who’ve been working with audio for a while now. If you’ve started to find your feet with your content and the general logistics of podcasting, and are now ready to take your audio quality up a notch, then this…
Here's a tool that might help:
Alitu: The Podcast Maker
Alitu is a web app that makes podcasting easy. You upload your raw audio, then Alitu polishes it up, adds your music, helps you edit and publishes the final episode.Check out Alitu