Podcast Basics part II

Image of a Digital Audio Workstation

The good folks over at Transom have incredible material on how to make great radio and/or audio podcasts. Do yourself a favor and head over there to learn more about podcasting software options.

In our first column about podcasting, we discussed microphones, and the other accessories required to record voices for a podcast. The next crucial technical element is software: for recording into, and for editing and mixing a final production.

Transom has many articles about different audio editing software, and any of these may be helpful in choosing which one is right for you, or in providing details about using it. In this column, we’ll concentrate on how the various software is more or less appropriate for podcasting.


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