I will edit and master your podcast

edit and master your podcast
edit and master your podcast

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Description Basic Editing + Mastering Editing, Mastering, + Music Full Program Editing
  Noise reduction, tonal balance, and mastering to AES loudness standards. Up to 1 spoken word track. Basic package + intro & outro music inserts. Up to 2 spoken word tracks. Standard package + removal of mistakes and filler words ("um's").
HQ File
Master-quality uncompressed audio file, such as WAV or AIFF.
Background Music
Seller will include royalty-free background music.
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The number of tweaks the seller includes.
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Delivery Time 1 day 1 day 2 days
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This Package includes 60 words. For each additional 30 words, the price is $10.
This Package includes 60 words. For each additional 30 words, the price is $10.
This Package includes 60 words. For each additional 30 words, the price is $20.

About This Gig

Podcast, radio program, voiceover editing and mastering.

My typical editing process includes:

  • Compilation and time alignment of multiple spoken word and music tracks.
  • Custom processing for each unique speaker or track. Processing includes noise reduction and tonal balance as needed.
  • Audio mastered to AES loudness standards for podcasts or optionally to ITU/EBU/ATSC loudness standards for commercial broadcasts.
  • Edited audio file delivered to a folder in the cloud storage service of your choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I send you my files?
    Any cloud storage service will do. I recommend Dropbox or Google Drive. Contact me via Fiverr for the email address with which to share a folder.
  • What hardware is needed to get started recording a podcast?
    If you're just getting started, I'd recommend a basic USB mic like the Audio-Technica AT2005USB. Go ahead and get a pop filter and a taller stand to hold the mic in a comfortable position. If you have a little more money to spend, the Miktek ProCast SST is a good all-in-one solution.
  • What software should I use to record a podcast?
    There are many options, both free and pricey. Here are some really basic free options. Mac: -QuickTime -GarageBand Windows: -Windows Voice Recorder -Audacity