In this episode, I (finally) stop espousing theory and give you the exact audio engineering steps you should follow to make amazing sounding and accessible episodes of your podcast. They are:
How do you do each of those steps is dependent on your DAW, but I do mention some plugins and services I use, like:
Also, and somewhat uncharacteristic of me, I enlisted the help of some smart and talented audio engineers to vet out my thinking. So thank you, Marcus DePaula, Tom Kelly, Josh Wade and Chris Curran for keeping me honest.
Two things before I go one:
Enjoy your weekend (because I don't do episodes on Fridays!) and I shall be back on Monday with a brand new miniseries on Podcast Pontifications.
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