How to Edit a Podcast Quickly & Easily with Podcastle

Editing a podcast can be difficult, especially if you are trying to do it quickly. Podcastle is a tool that can help make the process much easier. Here we will show you how to edit a podcast with Podcastle pretty effortlessly while enjoying every second of the process. But before we get there, let's understand:

What is podcast editing?

Podcast editing is the process of trimming, splicing, and adding effects to audio files to create a polished and professional-sounding podcast episode. It can be a time-consuming task, but it's important to make sure your episodes are sounding their best before you release them to the world.

How much editing and production cost?

The cost of podcast editing and production can vary depending on the length of your show, the number of episodes you need edited, and the complexity of the edits you require. Generally speaking, you can expect to pay anywhere from $50 to $200 per episode for professional podcast editing services. However, if you want to go with a more affordable solution you can try to edit it by yourself with tools like Podcastle. You will still have a well-edited piece that sounds professional with only one difference — you won't have to pay anything for it! Which leads us to the next question:

What is the best way to edit a podcast?

There are many different ways to edit a podcast. Some people use complicated and expensive audio editing software, while others rely on simple online tools. Podcastle is by far the best free podcast editing software which is perfect even if you're just starting out. It is  a tool that falls somewhere in between, offering a powerful yet easy-to-use interface that makes podcast editing a breeze.

How to Edit a Podcast on Podcastle

How to edit a podcast episode on Podcastle? Very easily! In this section we’ll give you the step by step guide on how to edit your podcast with Podcastle. All you have to do is follow these 6 simple steps.

1) Sign up to Podcastle
First things first, you need to create an account at Podcastle. You can create your account either through Facebook, Google or Apple. You can also simply put down your email address and come up with a password. If you already have a Podcastle account, just log into it.

Create an account window

2) Import audio or record it
Once you’re logged into your account, choose Create > Project  and you’ll be forwarded to your digital audio production studio. If you already have your audio recorded somewhere else, choose the Import Audio option, and select the file from your computer. If you want to create your podcast from scratch,  choose Record Audio and record your episode with Podcastle. No matter what you choose, in the end, you’ll have your audio track in the editing dashboard and ready to be leveled up!

Import audio

3) Cut your audio tracks
If you have a lengthy audio track that contains many errors, follow these steps to fix it. In the menu, select the Split tool or use the shortcut by clicking 2. Then, zoom into your track and choose the section you want to cut out. Click on it once, then click Delete. Don't forget to go back to default selection mode by selecting shortcut 1 after cutting your track. You can also use the split tool to simply move around different parts of your audio track, or combine them with other tracks.

4) Make the transitions smooth
Is the transition from one track to another too harsh? Then it’s time to apply the fade-in and out effects. To do that, hover over your audio track and select one of the two dots that appear on the left and right corners. By moving these around, you can achieve the desired fades. For example, if you move the dot on the right corner to the left, it will create a fade-out effect. Moving the left one creates the fade-in.

Fade out

5) Add some spice
Looking to add some spice to your show? Look no further than Podcaslte's library of royalty-free music tracks and sound effects. With hundreds of tracks, you're sure to find what you're looking for! You can use one of our music tracks as intro or o music for your podcast episode. To access these resources, simply click on the Music or SFX button in the left corner of your editing dashboard.


6) Level it up
Finally, let’s take a look at one of the best parts of our podcast editing platform: the AI-powered features! These are the functions that will help make your podcasting recordings sound more professional and clean. So we will list the three main AI features that help you simplify your editing and post production processes:

Magic Dust

Want to get rid of the unnecessary background noises and sounds in your audio? Use our Magic Dust feature, and it will remove everything you don't need in just a click.

Silence Remover

Silence Remover is there to help you remove the silent parts of your audio and the too long pauses.

Auto-leveling Feature

Finally, our auto-leveling feature is here to help you match all your audio tracks to the target loudness. To find these three features, simply right click on the audio track you want to apply them on.

Podcast Editing Summary

To sum up, here are the steps you need to follow to edit your show with our podcast editing tools:

1) Create an account at Podcastle
2) Import your audio or record it
3) Start editing by splitting your audio tracks
4) Apply fade-in and fade-out effects
5) Add music tracks and SFX
6) Enhance your audio with AI features

Final Thoughts

This is it! Now you know how to edit a podcast using our free podcast editing software. So what shall you do next? The answer is really simple. Just open Podcastle and start creating your masterpiece.If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to leave them in the comments, and we will answer them all! Have fun creating.

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