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I'm looking to start interviewing some people in my industry and release a podcast. Is there any special "podcasting software" that makes the process easier? Or should I just use a Skype recorder along with Audacity for audio editing?

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author BrianMcLeod
    Look into Josh Bartlett's Audello software:

    http://audello.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Rachel Rofe
    When I started my podcast, the only thing I used was Skype, Screenflow (Audacity is fine too), and then I hosted my files on LibSyn.

    Knowing everything that Audello does, if it had been out when I started my podcast, I definitely would have used that.
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  • Originally Posted by Delta223 View Post

    I'm looking to start interviewing some people in my industry and release a podcast. Is there any special "podcasting software" that makes the process easier? Or should I just use a Skype recorder along with Audacity for audio editing?

    Thanks

    There's a very good Amazon Kindle book
    "Podcast Launch: A complete guide to launching your Podcast with 15 Video Tutorials!: How to create, launch, grow & monetize a Podcast."

    It's only $0.99. As for Audello, one podcaster has a much different perspective. Check out his video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=sIRR8IlQ1_Y

    He lists several resources that are low cost or free.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicolasmd2112
    'Audello' is a great place to start. The entire basis of the product is traffic from podcasting and audio streaming. So maybe you can start there. You can also check out Hipcast when trying to distribute your podcast to multiple platforms.
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  • Use skype and one of the recording softwares like call recorder and a good Mike and you are all set, tha'ts what I do and I did 200+. Don't listen to the Gurus most of them are BS but that's me I'm sure people don't agree but I think this is easier for you this way and I'm not smart so I do it this way and made millions. Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    I wouldn't waste my money on some overpriced/overhyped guru software... You can get most of what you need (Audacity) for free, along with a few others.

    Also you should checkout Cliff Ravenscraft : How To Podcast
    and Pat Flynn: How to Start a Podcast – Pat’s Complete Step-By-Step Podcasting Tutorial.

    They will give you a sound footing to start a podcast without spending a fortune... THey will also tell you to invest in a good USB mic (minimum) sound quality is important...
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Shook
      I use Skype recorder, Audacity and a Blue Snowball with pop filter. I downloaded and installed a couple of additional Nyquist scripts, in addition to the ones that come with Audacity. In particular the De-esser, was well worth installing.
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  • Profile picture of the author eac113
    I have used audacity for quite a while, I have recently been trying out Adobe Audition and it is pretty sweet and for an adobe product relatively easy to use LOL.
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