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You are looking for a podcast editing service to help you create your own podcast? Are you looking for the best sound quality? We can help you bring your ideas to life and captivate your listeners with a polished audio experience. Whether it's podcast editing, mixing, mastering, post-production or sound design, we've got you covered.

If you've already created your podcast and weren't entirely happy with the audio quality? It's essential to know that the best equipment and post-production experience is crucial. Without them, unpleasant side effects can detract from the overall listening experience.

Cutting & Editing
The process of taking raw audio recordings, where the audio is cleaned up and optimized
Mixing and Mastering
The art of making a podcast sound its best.
Audio Sounddesign
The process of creating and using sound to tell a story or create an atmosphere

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Find out more about the recording issues that can be addressed during podcast post-production (editing, mixing and mastering). Applying post-production to your recordings can significantly improve audio quality, even after the fact.

Remove audible noise

Every room has some ambient noise, often called "background noise". The intensity of this noise depends on its source and the number of sound sources contributing to it. For example, if you're recording at home, familiar sources include air conditioners, fans, refrigerators and even your computer.

But external noise, such as planes, trains and road traffic, can also infiltrate your recording environment. Fortunately, podcast mixing allows you to remove most of these distractions afterwards.

Excessive reverb and room ambience

One of the differences between an amateur and a professional podcast is the amount of reverb present in your recording. An essential aspect of improving your podcast recording is to reduce the reverb in your audio.

An essential factor to consider when reducing reverb is your podcast recording space's shape, size, and characteristics. Ideally, your voice should sound relatively dry to have a full-bodied effect.

If the recording room is not optimally treated with sound absorbers, it will capture sound reflections from the walls. Reverberation occurs when sound waves bounce off objects and return to their source. This is a typical scenario for an unprofessional-sounding podcast.

Reverberation can cause your podcast to sound echoey and compromise audio quality. Fortunately, high-quality software can reduce reverb and echo in your podcast recording during post-production.

Distorted podcast recording

Avoid recording at excessively high volume levels with too much input gain. Overly loud recordings can result in clipping, where your audio signal becomes distorted, possibly cutting off parts of the sound. It's difficult to correct such issues, but there are post-production options that can positively impact the final result.

Extreme volume differences

During podcast recording, you may notice significant variations in volume between different sections. Excessive dynamic range can lead to some parts of the podcast episode being extremely quiet while others are overly loud. This can occur due to variations in speech volume or slight variations in the speaker's distance from the microphone.

Automated volume levelling can be applied during post-production to improve your podcast voice. Additionally, using compressors helps to compress the audio material. This lifts the quieter passages of the podcast speaker, greatly enhancing the podcast listening experience.

Excessive sibilance and hissing

Sibilant sounds, such as "s," "t," and "z," are often overly pronounced in speech recordings. These hissing sounds can dominate vocal recordings and be highly annoying for listeners. Regardless of the content's quality, such noises can ruin the listening experience since our ears are most sensitive in this frequency range.

To prevent sharp sibilant sounds from bothering listeners, a de-esser can be used during post-production. This critical step in podcast mixing helps make the speech more pleasant.

Plosives and clicking noises

Plosives occur in the bass range when a singer or speaker pronounces certain consonants that involve a breathy release. The air from the singer's mouth hits the microphone capsule, resulting in a sudden increase in air pressure. This can create a gusty noise or, if strong enough, an undesirable popping sound.

Lip-smacking noises

Mouth sounds like lip smacks or clicks can challenge speakers and podcasters during production. But don't worry; podcast mixing can help with this.

Mouth sounds refer to the annoying clicking noises from your mouth when speaking or singing. The interaction of the mouth, lips, tongue, teeth, and saliva during speech production can sometimes trap small droplets of saliva, leading to clicking or popping sound.

The audio quality of podcast speakers

As podcast interviews are often conducted online, each speaker typically has different recording equipment. Different microphones and audio interfaces can result in significant quality differences. In podcast mixing, efforts are made to match and balance the voice-over quality, minimizing the disparities.

Start getting your podcast edited.

Are you tired of struggling to produce high-quality audio for your podcast? Look no further! I am an experienced podcast editor, producer, and assistant who can take care of all the technical aspects and enhance your audio quality.

With my 15 years of experience in audio editing software, I can save you time and stress, allowing you to focus on creating great content. Whether you need help with background noise, adding music and sound effects, or making your voice sound clean and rich, I have the solutions for you. Contact me today for professional podcast editing services to ensure excellent audio quality and a successful launch.

Best podcast Editing Services

Podcast editing services involves removing background noises like placing a glass or moving a chair. Unintended misspeaks, loud coughs or throat clearing can also be removed. Additionally, long pauses between conversations can be significantly shortened during podcast editing.

The more pleasant your podcast recording sounds, the longer listeners stay engaged.

The edits must be seamless and unnoticeable to maintain a natural listening experience.

If an interview question and its answer deviate entirely from the intended frame, it's best to pause the recording briefly and start a new take. This is usually faster than editing the podcast afterwards.


Podcast mixing, or podcast post-production, includes the aforementioned steps of podcast editing. It also involves adjusting the volume levels of speakers and interviewees.

Furthermore, balancing the volume levels of your intro, outro, and advertisements is essential. It can be extremely bothersome when the intro and outro are played at significantly louder volumes in relation to the rest of the podcast.

Podcast mastering focuses on ensuring that your podcast episodes sound similar in audio quality and maintain a pleasant overall volume.

Podcast mastering is the final step before publication, ensuring your podcast dialogue sounds good.

This means that the mastered recording meets specific standards and sounds as enjoyable as possible for listeners.

Lastly, when mastering your podcast, consideration must be given to how loud your dialogue should be based on the streaming platform where you plan to distribute your podcast.

Differences between Mastering Podcasts and Mixing Podcasts

Podcast mixing and mastering of dialogues are relatively similar; however, podcast mixing does not involve preparing the recording specifically for platforms like Spotify.

Mastering focuses on fine-tuning the dynamics and balancing the speakers to achieve the optimal volume for streaming platforms.


Looking to enhance the sound quality of your podcast on platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Deezer, and Audible? Get expert assistance in post-production, mixing, and mastering. Submit your recording today to receive helpful advice and free up valuable time to focus on your content and editorial aspects. Let us help you make your podcast truly stand out with beautiful, well-balanced sound.

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