In this episode, I list 20 audio engineering skills I use so that you have an idea of what you need to know if you start a podcast. I took this directly from my newest online course, which is called A Behind-The-Scenes Look at The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast. It launches in April 2023.
I help pharmacy professionals decide if they want to start a podcast by showing them behind the scenes of mine. “Checking all the boxes” on my list may be just what you need to feel more confident about starting your podcast.
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20 audio engineering skills I use
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Record (Start)
- Edit (crutch words, repeats, accidents, pregnant pauses, and more)
- Add tracks
- Import files
- Record room
- Adjust tracks
- Set start/stop markers
- Mixdown an .mp3 (ex: 44.1 kHz/128 kbps/constant bit rate/stereo file)
- Raise/lower the volume of a track
- Name files
- Save files
- Find files
- Create a template
- Advanced skills, like using iZotope RX audio repair software, adding EQ, compression, gain, an expander, etc., and altering your voice (ex: an “elf” voice).
- Grace (progress over perfection!)
Links from this episode
A Behind-The-Scenes Look at The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast launches in April 2023 at https://www.kimnewlove.com
🖥Check out Kim’s websites, and connect with her on social media!
✅Business website https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com
✅The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com/podcast
✅Pronounce Drug Names Like a Pro © Online Course https://www.kimnewlove.com
✅ACX (Audiobook Narrator Profile) https://www.acx.com/narrator?p=A10FSORRTANJ4Z
Thank you for listening to episode 210 of The Pharmacist’s Voice ® Podcast!