Remove Background Noise From Audio

While creating a podcast can be a seamless process, arranging its small details and fixing them separately requires some time and effort. Podcastle has got you covered in this, and here is how!

Typically, when referring to the most valuable components of podcasts, audio quality stands out. The first thing grabbing your attention in the show is the sound. It can be the voice of the host, the background music, the well-chosen interval sounds, and, of course, the voice of the guests.. Whichever of the mentioned ones catches the listener’s attention first, determines the attitude towards the podcast: they are either attracted or indifferent.

If you want to provide your target listeners with an engaging experience, your podcast audio needs to be as close to perfect as possible. Since the podcasts lack the visual component, the sound quality (both from the technical and content perspectives) should compensate for it. So, you should thrive to provide a podcast with high-quality audio.

How to produce a podcast with high-quality audio?

From the technical aspects, which involve microphones, speakers, and other equipment , and ending with the tone of the host’s voice, your audio needs to be perfect.

Let’s throw a glimpse into some essential tips you should consider when producing the audio for your podcasts.

Choose a good-quality microphone. Microphone plays a big role in peppering your voice with various tones. Based on your microphone choice, you can sound more melodious and melancholic, or passionate and active. Choose a microphone that would fit your podcast mood and spice your voice with the tone you need.

Assure a quiet environment around you. When recording your audio, it is important to get rid of the background noise in all possible ways. Place your equipment in a quiet room and assure silence before pressing the record button.

Record your remote guests separately. With almost everything becoming remote in the past years, remote podcasting has gained popularity. When recording a remote interview, sound quality issues can be encountered as your recording device or program might not process your guest’s voice the same way it processes your voice. So, make sure you record your guests separately and then merge the audio parts to ensure the high quality of their recording free of technical issues.

If you keep this advice, you’ll ensure a better quality for your podcast audio. Nonetheless, certain audio quality issues will remain. They might be small or big depending on how well you manage to organize your recording process, however, they would be there in need of amendment. Here is when the Audio Editor of Podcastle will come to help!

How to edit your audio through Podcastle’s Audio Editor?

Let’s go over the steps of editing your audio on Podcastle and making it perfect.

  • Upload your audio recording to Podcastle’s audio editor.
  • If you want to trim your track, just grab from the edge of your audio file and trim it as much as you need.
  • Need some music for your podcast’s intro or outro? Tap on the music icon on the upper left corner and choose the preferred track for your podcast. Click on the three dots brought on the track and select “add to track”.
  • Fade in and out effects are always on-trend, especially for podcasts. Hover around the audio track you want to give a fade-in or fade-out effect and move the dot on the edge to the left or the right based on your needs.
  • Play around with the pen options to adjust your podcast for the left or right headphones as you wish. Right-click on the track and choose the “show options” on the menu.
  • Remove all the background noise from your audio with a single tap on a “Magic Dust” at the bottom of the page.
  • If you want to produce the transcript of your podcast, click on the “Text Editor”, located at the bottom of the page.
  • Lastly, spice up your podcast with some sound effects by clicking on the effect icon next to the music icon. Choose your favorite effect from the menu and add it to the track.

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What else can you do to improve your podcast audio?

Podcastle’s audio editor not only provides the handy and quick tools for you to produce a neat and organized podcast but also enables you to edit it professionally and thoroughly.

Cut and split your audio through the audio editor. This is particularly necessary when you are having guests and you want to split certain parts of the interview and add them after an advertisement.

But even if everything goes perfectly as you have planned during your recording, there are always things that can go out of control. You don’t want your audience to hear you sneezing, for instance.

Change the speed of your audio. Based on the style of your podcast, you might need to play around with the speed of its audio. For instance, you may be producing a kids podcast, where a higher speed can give your audio a funnier effect.

Final thoughts

Ultimately, when your podcast is set and ready, and you are about to upload it, make sure to listen to it carefully a couple of times before uploading. There might be small details you might notice only after paying close attention. So, take your time to assess the quality of your podcast appropriately before you introduce it to your audience.

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