Why The Wavepad App Isn’t Great For Your Podcast Editing

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.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

lw80 June 16, 2011 at 2:52 pm

You can import files from iTunes by dropping them onto the application folder. It’s described in the help files.


Dan June 16, 2011 at 10:32 pm

Well this is good news. Thanks for being the one who read the manual 🙂
I’m still a little confused as to why they don’t offer mp3 format for exporting. I use mp3’s all the time for broadcast and they are so manageable because of their size.
Aside from that, it’s got some nice, basic functionality.


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