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Bitrate defines podcast audio quality and the file size of each episode. I’ll show you how to achieve balance between the two.
Reaper is one of the many options available to you for recording and editing your podcast. But is it the right one?
So you’ve decided that it’s appropriate to add music to your podcast, and you’ve thought about the genre you want, and the mood and tone you want to set. It’s time then to look at the specifics of how to add music to your mix, and the ways music can be used to add structure
Whether you’ve been podcasting for years, or have yet to release your first episode, there’s a good chance you’ve considered outsourcing as an option when it comes to managing your production schedule. We’ve worked with dozens of companies in producing their shows over the years, and there’s a wide range of reasons cited for taking on
Audacity and Adobe Audition CC are popular Digital Audio Workstations – software to record, edit, and mix audio. Which is right for you?
Audio Drama can be one of the most complex types of podcast to create. From planning to publishing, the entire process dwarfs that of a conversational podcast. For this reason, serialised Audio Dramas are a lot less sustainable than other types of podcast. Few (if any) Audio Dramas run on an ongoing weekly episode schedule.
Most podcasters want to add music tracks to their show. It’s an instinctive choice – we know that music can make our voice sound richer, or more evocative, and our guests sound more authoritative. We know that the right music can do so much to help create the mood we want for our show, whether
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?