What We Offer
Podcast Audio Editing and Production Services
If the work of coming up with great content is enough for you, I offer audio and podcast editing services. The work is done quickly and prices are reasonable.
While the first rule of audio is to get the recording right, the fact is that sometimes conditions are not ideal. For this reason noise removal and clip removal are a standard part of the package I offer.
I also offer audio clean-up, removing ‘ummms’ and other unwanted verbal tics as required and deal with crosstalk and I can insert music beds (music provided by the customer) as needed as well as insert ads.
I get the different tracks to an equal level. Then master for clarity and to get to the standard loudness ready for upload.
Basically I offer all that goes under the banner of podcast editing.
To see an example, check out my own podcast. It may even help with insomnia! Sleepy Time Tales
Advice and Consulting
While the audio editing services are central to our offering, doing things right when you record help to get a more polished product. If you’re still in the early stages of starting your podcast, or want to do what you can to improve your recordings before delivering to myself for editing. I will give you guidance as to what you can do, as easily and cost effectively as possible, to get a clean recording.
While I have the abilities and tools to improve a recording a lot, the better the initial recording, the better the podcast that goes out to the listener.
It’s easy to say that we are the podcast editors for you, but an audio clip is worth more than anything we can say
Below is an example of some clean up done for The Dream Detective. A well produced show, but sometimes online services leave their mark. This was a bit flat sounding and there was a lot of digital clipping.
And below is what our own show Sleepy Time Tales sound like in general. Audio is recorded at low levels to make it easier to clean-up and boost without getting distortion and nasty results.
And here is an interview I did via with an online radio station. I fixed the audio because I was way too hot, I’m used to monitoring live. 🙂 And I also fixed digital artefacts.