We enjoy podcast editing and want to inspire other women to edit podcasts.
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
On Tuesday, April 20th we had our 4th Global Women Podcast Editor Panel for Geopats Podcasting. Click on the below image to watch the full live video OR the above podcast player to hear the episode.
For this 4th panel we had such an interesting range of editing skills and tools that we explored from Descript to Izotope and so on. We also had some Podcasters who were Podcast Editors as well as a Podcast Editor who is also an Audio Engineer. The range of what a Podcast Editor is and what they do is part of the reason that I'm personally drawn to this profession, so I'm super glad to be able to share this conversation with you.
This panel conversation includes: (timestamps are for the podcast only)
(:00) Panel and Panelist Introduction
(4:08) What do you like to do in podcast editing?
(7:41) How many mistakes do you remove? Balance between natural speech and annoyances.
(14:06) After you learn something new (effect, tech, etc), do you ever go back and fix the older episode?
(19:25) Live audience question: Do you use music in your podcast? What do you use with the music (where do you put it in the episode?
(25:45) How do you make your editing more efficient?
(31:41) What tools do you use to edit (DAWs and more)?
(40:40) What podcast editing or audio editing mentors have you had?
(47:51) How do you encourage other women to get into or further into podcast editing?
(53:06) Live audience question: What do you like the most about podcasting?
(56:52) Closing info
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Christine Job (U.S., Spain):
More information about the other Panelists: https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatspodcasting/live-global-women-podcast-editor-panels-april-2021
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