You may need to mix and master your audio podcast if the voice recording
sounds dull, lifeless, incomprehensible, thin, or the volume
Podcast mastering is a form of audio post-production. The recorded audio is processed to
make it more understandable and to boost its quality.
We deal with podcast editing also, but please note that is not the part of the podcast mastering process.
The next step is to apply equalization and dynamic process in order to optimize sound translation on all playback
systems and reach the loudness standards for internet distribution.
*Please note that mastering doesn't involve any noise reduction or audio editing methods (such as removing background noise, or cutting out mistakes). If you need to apply those services too, we will be happy to do it. In this case please contact us.
In the meantime let us suggest to read tips and tricks about 'how to record a good audio quality podcast'
We deal with the following:
** If your audio recording contains music or sound effects, please send each channel separately and timed.
For example: If your podcast (or anything else in the list above) is 15 minutes long, you'll need to send 2 or more 15 minute long files containing audio and silence in the correct times. It's not difficult, just take a start and end marker in your recording software and render all channels separately. If you'd like help with this process, please contact us.
Send us your original unedited podcast for a free review
SEND US YOUR FILE THROUGH OUR FILE TRANSFER WIDGET
It's easy and secure:
Before you send us anything, please note this is a paid professional podcast mastering service.
There you are the latest episode of Beyond Bitcoin podcast. Arthur Falls is a very kind person who really a pleasure to work with.
Please enjoy his show as we did while it was under process.
Let's see 17 tips and tricks before you start to record your podcast. Please take my advice, everything on this list is very important to get a good sound quality podcast at last, that is ready for podcast mastering. Please, feel free to ask in the comment section below.