Explore Free Recording and Editing Software
( Full Episode, Season: 1 Episode: 46 )
Brittany Brown and Rob Winters Aug 15, 2022 Webpage

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Explore Free Recording and Editing Software
Aug 15, 2022, Season 1, Episode 46
Brittany Brown and Rob Winters
Episode Summary

It’s day one of your new podcast show and you aren’t sure what to use for recording software. Before investing in some of the more expensive software, which also requires a considerable amount of time to master, try some of the free, entry-level tools on the market today. For people new to podcasting, Garage Band and Audacity are suitable options to get you going. You can also consider buying plugins before moving to expensive software if you’re looking for slightly more control or specific sound effects. And if you are ready for the big leagues of editing software, try a number of products by looking for free trials before you commit to a single tool.  

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It’s day one of your new podcast show and you aren’t sure what to use for recording software. Before investing in some of the more expensive software, which also requires a considerable amount of time to master, try some of the free, entry-level tools on the market today. For people new to podcasting, Garage Band and Audacity are suitable options to get you going. You can also consider buying plugins before moving to expensive software if you’re looking for slightly more control or specific sound effects. And if you are ready for the big leagues of editing software, try a number of products by looking for free trials before you commit to a single tool.  

It’s day one of your new podcast show and you aren’t sure what to use for recording software. Before investing in some of the more expensive software, which also requires a considerable amount of time to master, try some of the free, entry-level tools on the market today. For people new to podcasting, Garage Band and Audacity are suitable options to get you going. You can also consider buying plugins before moving to expensive software if you’re looking for slightly more control or specific sound effects. And if you are ready for the big leagues of editing software, try a number of products by looking for free trials before you commit to a single tool.  

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