Au­dio Tweaks

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The real dif­fer­ence be­tween a reg­u­lar record­ing and pro­fes­sional au­dio is the fact that the lat­ter has most prob­a­bly been spruced up by an au­dio en­gi­neer. Un­for­tu­nately, au­dio engi­neers earn their chops over years through ex­pe­ri­ence and knowl­edge. What does a first time pod­caster do?

Short of hir­ing your own au­dio en­gi­neer, which costs more money, one op­tion is to head on­line to ser­vices such as Au­phonic. An au­to­matic post-pro­cess­ing web ser­vice, Au­phonic (which is also free) will bring your record­ing closer to pro­fes­sional au­dio stan­dards.

Upload the au­dio file to Au­phonic, af­ter which the ser­vice then per­forms stan­dard pro­cesses such as global loud­ness nor­mal­iza­tion, as well as au­dio restora­tion such as de-clip­ping and noise re­moval, to im­prove the qual­ity of your record­ing.

Au­phonic can also push the fin­ished prod­uct di­rectly onto sites such as YouTube and Soundcloud.

Be­sides post-pro­cess­ing your au­dio, Au­phonic of­fers a mul­ti­tude of other fea­tures as well.

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