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Audacity is free and Adobe Audition is $349. Are there really benefits to Audition that are worth the big price tag? I share why Audition may be best for my podcasting workflow, but why you probably shouldn’t switch.
Get podcasting answers on how to turn off selection snapping in Audacity, whether podcasting less than weekly hurts, how to end a limited-episode podcast and not be removed from iTunes, and how to reduce MP3 file sizes.
Learn what ID3-tagging software you can use (most free), how to enter ID3 tags, and taking advantage of iTunes fields for podcasting with PowerPress.
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.
I address four of someone else’s reasons why you shouldn’t use Audacity. also share news about the BlackBerry Podcasts app for BlackBerry Smartphones.