|Published by||Emilio Velis|
|License||CC BY-SA 4.0|
|Derivatives||ESEN Innovación/Cómo editar un podcast|
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|Cite as "User:Emilio/Recording a podcast". Appropedia. 2021. Retrieved 2021-07-30.|
This is a quick guide to recording a podcast using Zencastr and Audacity.
Both tracks were downloaded and edited using Audacity as separate tracks. For the 40 minutes of audio, it took around two hours of editing. Some of the things I did when editing (Emilio) were:
- Corrected the gain for each track to maintain a consistent volume overall.
- Tweaked the balance a little bit just to create a nice stereo effect.
- Removed clicks and pop sounds from each track and generated silence in sections where each of us wasn't speaking.
- Edited out long pauses. In the original audio we would take our time to think of what to say, so that was cut out in order to have a cleaner listening experience.