Podcast Editing

Let me help you polish your show so your best YOU can shine through.

 
I can't work miracles if a guy with a megaphone is in the background, unfortunately.

I can't work miracles if a guy with a megaphone is in the background, unfortunately.

Noise removal

Unless you're recording in a professional studio, most at-home podcasters end up with room noise in their recordings, but this can easily be eliminated so just your voice comes through loud and clear.

Unfortunately, some noises, like a dog barking while you are speaking, are close to impossible to take out. But we can work on techniques together to get the best raw audio to work with.


Leveling you, your cohost & your guest

One of you has the mic set to record low, while the other may have turned their mic all the way up. Or maybe you recorded one part of the show at a quieter volume than another part.

Leveling is used to make sure a consistent volume is heard throughout the show so your listeners aren't constantly adjusting their volume.

Audio is formatted in mono so both you and your cohost can be heard in both ears of your listeners.

Audio is formatted in mono so both you and your cohost can be heard in both ears of your listeners.


When there's crosstalk, no one's message comes through.

When there's crosstalk, no one's message comes through.

removal of pops, clicks, verbal ticks & Cross talk

We all have verbal crutches ("like," "um," "you know") that we use, but they may dilute our message. Also, sometimes we hit the mic or knock the table we're using and it can be jarring for the listener. Cross talk happens when both you and your cohost/guest talk at the same time over one another.

Fixing these or taking these out will give you and your guest more of a voice of authority on your topic.


As we work together, I can offer suggestions for improving the sound quality, helping you and your guests be more comfortable behind the microphone, and recommendations for inexpensive equipment that is easy to work with to help eliminate any problems. (You may even to the point where you might not even need me as an editor anymore! GASP!)