Descript: Edit Audio Using The Transcript

It’s not often that I get excited about a technology… but Descript has launched a podcast studio service that has some really intriguing features. The best, in my opinion, is the ability to edit audio without an actual audio editor. Descript transcribes your podcast, with the capability of editing your podcast through editing text! I’ve been an avid podcaster for years, but I often dread editing my podcasts. In fact, I’ve let some amazing interviews

RØDE Releases Quite the Podcast Production Studio!

One thing I’m not going to share in this post is how much money and time that I’ve spent buying, evaluating, and testing equipment for my podcasts. From a full mixer and studio, to a compact studio that I can carry in a backpack, down to USB microphones I can record via laptop or iPhone… I’ve tried them all. The problem to date has always been the combination of in-studio and remote guests. It’s such

How to Record Multiple Local Guests on Your Zoom H6 With a Remote Guest in Garageband

If you’re going to get serious about podcasting, I’d really encourage you to save up for a Zoom H6 Recorder. It’s just a simple device that requires almost no training to record with. Add some Shure SM58 microphones, portable microphone stands, and you’ve got a studio that you can take anywhere and get great sound with. However, while this is great for a podcast where all your guests are with you, having a remote guest

Podcasting Continues to Grow in Popularity and Monetization

We’ve got about 4 million downloads of 200+ episodes of our marketing podcast to date, and it continues to grow. So much so that we invested in our podcast studio. I’m actually in the design phases of a new studio that I may be relocating to my home since I find myself either participating or running so many podcasts. From its humble beginnings in 2003, podcasting has become an unstoppable force in content marketing and

The Public Relations Lesson We Learned When Pitching Our Story

Years ago I wrote a post on the mechanics of how to write a pitch from my perspective as a publication. One of the last things I mention in the article is that it has to be relevant to our audience. I’m going to go a step further and say, with all the noise and crap pitches out there, that there’s an enormous opportunity for good PR to weed through the clutter and get on