May 3 • 9M

How to Avoid Recording Disasters with the Right Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) and Equipment

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Chris Spangle
Chris Spangle has been podcasting since 2007 and has hosted over 4,000 hours of shows while editing and uploading 18,000 episodes for a total of 30 million downloads on dozens of shows. With his unparalleled experience, he takes you behind the curtain to show you the building of the Podcasting and Platforms brand.
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In this episode, I answer Kai McGinnis's question about cost-effective, low-knowledge barrier-to-entry Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) for recording and editing. I review DAWs like Audacity, Adobe Audition, GarageBand, and others for podcast recording and editing. I also share essential tips for recording, such as avoiding recording to computer hard drives and using multi-track recording for a more polished sound. If you're a podcaster looking to improve your audio quality and editing skills, this video is for you! Don't forget to check out our website for more podcasting resources and sign up for our email list to receive the toolbox with recommendations for digital audio recorders.

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