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Dan

There’s an epidemic sweeping across the podcasting community at the moment. I see it with the most professional podcasts as well as the complete newbies.

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Dan

In todays video I’ll teach you how to get broadcast quality sound for your podcast without having to fork out the big $$$$ for high end software

Using the free editing software Audacity, I walk you through the essential things you need to know about equalisation and compression to get your audio sounding hot, quickly and easily.

So next time you make a podcast be sure to add compression and equalisation to get that professional sound!

To get started on your own professional sounding podcast ¬†download a copy of Dan’s new FREE report “Podcast Like A Radio DJ”.¬†Get it here!

Dan

I often get comments on the broadcast standard of my audio. So I’ve made a quick video for you below that shows 2 things that I do to ‘treat’ my raw podcast audio to really sweeten it up.

Interested in the software I used in this video? You can get a trial version of Adobe Audition here (be sure to get the right version for your operating system PC or MAC).

Or if you’ve got a few hundred dollars to spend you can pick up the full version over at Amazon. If you’re serious about your podcast editing and post production then you will not regret it (I’ve been using this software for 10 years and I’m still in love with it).

If you are interested I also offer a complete “done for you” approach to podcast production. Click here to find out more

To get started on your own professional sounding podcast ¬†download a copy of Dan’s new FREE report “Podcast Like A Radio DJ”.¬†Get it here!

 

Dan

I get a bunch of people contacting me asking me questions about the Blue Yeti Microphone. I’ve made this quick video to answer two of the most common questions I get in my inbox.

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Dan

If you’re an editing junkie like me, you may of fantasised about editing audio on a tablet device like the Ipad. C’mon admit it … it’d be pretty cool editing with a touchscreen!

Well I’ve just picked up a 32GB Ipad on my way back through Malaysia. And it didn’t take me long to search the app store for an editing app to mess around with. The video below is a quick review of an app I found called Pocket Wavepad. I tried to edit an episode of my podcast using Wavepad with some interesting results.

Apologies about the quality of this recording, but I explain why it’s a little wonky in the video.

To get started on your own professional sounding podcast ¬†download a copy of Dan’s new FREE report “Podcast Like A Radio DJ”.¬†Get it here!