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!
Will a native-language accent turn away listeners? How to fix a cover art display issue. And whether Stitcher’s legalese is evil.
Receiving audio feedback is either hard or low-quality. But SpeakPipe is a service to change that.
While everyone is making New Year’s Resolutions in their personal lives, think about how you can improve your blogging and podcasting passions in 2012. Here are eleven suggestions.
Your show notes are the life of your podcast’s Internet home. Writing and posting effectively will boost your podcast SEO, ranking, and accessibility.
Listeners share their software and tricks for podcasting, as well as get their questions answered.
I comment on feedback regarding another sound cart manager (soundboard), friends made through podcasting, listeners giving back to podcasters, and a podcasting goal for 2011.
Audacity tip: importing M4A (AAC), WMA, FLAC, and other special audio files.