We enjoy podcast editing and want to inspire other women to edit podcasts.
In our second panel we chatted with Suzy in the UK, Casey in the U.S., Mary in Canada and me, an American expat in Albania. We chatted about what we handle content editing, how to deal with pauses/silences ("know when the hold 'em, know when to show them, know when to walk away'. song reference, lol, sorry, I could not resist!), how much time it takes us to edit a 30 minute raw edit podcast and more.
Reflections on the event and the editing of the podcast episodes that come from it are available in my podcast editing newsletter: archive.aweber.com/awlist5931082/88gkB
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This panel conversation topics: (timestamps are for the podcast only)
(:00) Panel and Panelists Introductions
(4:37) How can you make your podcast editing more efficient?
(14:57) Do you have any tips for using Final Cut Pro X (question from viewer Hannah)
(20:57 ) What types of podcasts do we usually edit?
(22:57) Are there a few go to techniques that you employ for incomplete thoughts?
(33:00) How do we encourage more women to get into podcast editing?
(39:32) How do you handle style in your editing? (including music)
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Casey Broda (USA): Podcast Editor, Cover Art, & Social Media Management
Mary Chan (Canada): Podcast Strategist, Voice Coach, & Voice Over Artist
Suzy Buttress (UK): Producer, Host, Editor of the Casual Birder Podcast
A special thank you to Casey Broda, for being a guest editor for this episode!
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