Hear from the inside and hindsight of how Daniel planned and organized the massive 100th episode, and hear tips for working with any other complicated podcast with lots of feedback, notes, and ideas.
Podcasters know how exciting it is to receive a voicemail! With some basic editing, these voicemail messages can also be enjoyable for the rest of your listeners.
All of these ideas and tips will apply in any audio-editing software, but I focus on Audacity’s specifics in the audio podcast, so make sure you listen to hear all the details!
I got by with what I had, which was all I could afford when my podcasting hobby started.
Learn three easy Audacity tips for making your voice sound better, regardless of what microphone you use.
I share a bunch of resources and inspirations for which I’m thankful. This is almost a “how I podcast” episode, but not quite.
Review of Ambrosia Software’s Soundboard 2.0, Podcaster’s Theme for WordPress, compressor/limiter/gate on a small mixer, and pasting in Audacity.
Compression, expansion, noise gate, threshold, ratio—what does it all mean? Should you use a software audio compressor, or a hardware compressor?
Adobe Audition has its fantastic multiband compressor, but did you know you can get fantastic audio compression from a free plugin to Audacity?