Hi there! My name is Aaron. I made this show to help people like you make a great podcast. If you're interested in learning about podcast production, storytelling, recording gear, growing an audience, getting better at communicating and speaking, overcoming the hurdles, connecting with your listeners, expanding your personal and professional network, and other things like that, this is the show for you. Since 2012, I've been lucky enough to work with many great podcasts, including shows from Dribbble, seanwes, 5by5, SVS Learn, Shoptalk, CodePen, and more. This show contains nearly everything I've learned about podcasting in the past 10 years, and I'm still making updates and new episodes as I learn more. Thanks for listening, and happy podcasting!
Update: Skip this episode and go to my YouTube channel or Successful Podcasting course (the Logic and GarageBand courses in there will help you get started).
Editing is an essential part of producing a high quality podcast, but editing is time consuming and difficult if you aren’t experienced with professional audio editing software like Logic Pro X, Pro Tools, or Adobe Audition. I spend roughly 20 hours every week editing podcasts in Logic Pro X. Over the course of 3 years, I learned Logic inside and out. When I started learning, Youtube tutorials and blog posts were the most helpful, but I learned a ton just by running into various problems and learning how to solve them. My goal for this podcast is to share everything I’ve learned about audio, editing podcasts, and podcasting in general. Some of the content I want to share is better suited to screencasts (so you can see what I’m doing, which makes it easier to understand), but this podcast is a great place to share how I think about editing, which is what I’m going to do in this episode.