Learn To Edit Your Own Podcast by Tanner Campbell

Learn To Edit Your Own Podcast

Editing, Compression, EQ, Noise Reduction, and Loudness Normalization are fundamental concepts you must understand in order to produce better podcast audio. This course teaches you the what, why, and how of each of these fundamental concepts of podcast editing. 

Editing your own podcast takes forever...

But you don't have the budget to hire someone to do it for you. You're confused by things like compression and equalization, and the finished product always seems either too quiet or way too loud. You've got great content, but you're losing listeners because your audio quality just isn't good enough. Worst of all, you're tired of putting in so much effort and not seeing any results. You don't feel like you're doing anything right or even that you're getting better at it. You're burnt out, and you may even be about to quit.
 
Don't quit. The world needs your podcast! You've got ideas that others want and need to hear! Don't quit on them, and don't quit on yourself either.
 
This course will help you master the five podcast editing fundamentals of editing, compression, equalization, de-noising, and loudness normalization so that you can spend less time editing your podcast and more time creating, growing, and marketing it. 

What our students have said...

Tanner explains complicated concepts in a way that makes them simple. I finally feel like I know what I'm doing.
Jared D.
I didn't even know what LUFS were! No wonder my audio was always so quiet! I should have taken a course here a year ago!
Will T.
Compression always felt like a math exam, I just didn't get it. Working through these courses has been a game changer.
Brandy K.
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Answers to questions you may have:

Do I need any specific software to benefit from this course?

No. Since you're being taught core concepts and fundamentals, everything you'll learn in this course is applicable to all audio editing programs, not just some or one.

What is covered in this course?

The 5 core fundamentals of editing & engineering audio: Editing, Compression, EQ, De-Noising, and Loudness Normalization.

What are those things?

Editing audio is similar, in concept, to editing a text document. You delete things, move things, add things, etc. Compression is the process of decreasing dynamic range to create a more consistent average loudness throughout the duration of your podcast audio. Equalization is the manipulation of certain frequency ranges so that your audio is clear and intelligible. De-Noising the reduction of unwanted noise (like background or room noise) from your audio.