Yesterday I talked about a weird audio issue and promised to show you how to fix it. I forgot to do that. So I’m back today to show you two ways to fix the issue.
Have you ever had a weird audio issue with your podcast that just didn’t make sense. Today I’m sharing the long-overdue follow-up to a podcaster’s question about why an episode sounded fine on headphones but not through the phone speaker.
Have you ever been editing and realized that you’re accidentally editing the wrong section? Today I’m going to answer a question about that and share some different ways to approach it.
Editing a podcast can seem like it takes FOREVER. Today I’m going to talk about one thing that I added to my editing toolbox that has saved me up to 30% of my editing time.
Struggling to get all of your podcast participants to the same level? Wondering why fixing it pre-editing doesn't work? After this video you'll know exactly what to do.
There’s a lot of confusion about what podcast editors do – and rightly so. Listen or watch to discover what the best podcast editors do – and it’s more than just cutting dialog.
If you’re editing your podcast or production in Hindenburg, you might have noticed that it can take quite some time to export or publish - especially if it’s a complex production with a lot of effects where you need to match a loudness standard. Listen or watch to...
Publishing your podcast doesn't have to be hard. Here's how to use Hindenburg and the Libsyn Publisher Hub to streamline the process and gain some SEO juice at the same time!
Hindenburg offers a really intuitive way to create simple fades. It’s as simple as click and drag. But if you want to customize the fade, it’s not quite as simple.
Watch this short video to discover how to quickly create custom fades in and out using Hindenburg Journalist or Journalist Pro.
Adding MP3 tags for your podcast audio files doesn't have to be hard. And if you use Hindenburg Journalist, you don't even need an additional tool. You can do it all right there.