Using Levelator? Split the tracks before leveling the audio

I’ve been asked if I level the audio before or after editing. I always run audio through a normalizing, compression and leveling process BEFORE editing. My reason for this is so I don’t have to go through the project a second time if the process increases the volume of breaths between sentences. I always use…

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How I Manage ID3 Tags for Multiple Podcasts

Do you edit more than a few different podcasts? I manage more than 20 shows – many of which use ID3 tags. This is the process I found that works FASTEST: 1: Use ID3 Editor by PA-Software 2: Save the tag data for each show in a single DropBox folder 3: Load tag data to…

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How to Dig Deep into libsyn Podcast Stats

A client asked why his downloads for the day were so high. Were they legit or was his show the victim of another onslaught of python-request? Here is how I dig deep into libsyn podcast stats to validate their authenticity:

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How to use the New libsyn Tabs when uploading a Podcast

Media hosting service libsyn is getting ready for iTunes to add new feed tags to their specs with the release of iOS11. The new interface now includes an entire section for information such as Season number and iTunes-only description. Watch this video to see how the new system works. Keep in mind: You won’t see…

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De-Reverb like MAGIC with iZotope’s RX 6

Many of my clients interview book authors and professionals who have never purchased a microphone. The result is an echo-chamber of sound that can get on your nerves after a while. A few members in my Podcast Editors’ Facebook Group were raving about how magical iZotope’s RX 6 was – so I had to give…

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