DISCOVER YOUR Voice .
Not sure what audio equipment you need?
We’re able to provide you with a list of every piece of equipment you would need to start recording a professional sounding podcast and together we’ll make a detailed plan that will conform to your budget options.
Have no idea what does that button do?
Let’s go through all of the pieces in your signal chain, everything from a microphone to an audio interface and show you how to get a healthy recording signal that will ensure the optimal sound quality of your episodes.
Don’t know how to format the show?
Let’s come up with the best content for the target audience you’re looking to appeal to. Everything from the show’s style, format, intro and outro and everything else that will make the listeners sit on the edges of their chairs throughout the episode.
Is the sound quality of an interview you’ve recorded pretty bad?
Let’s get the best out of it by using some of the standard tools of audio engineering, such as: corrective EQ, de-reverberation, gain (volume) increase, etc.
Is the narration constantly interrupted by long pauses, coughs, filler words and other weird noises?
Thorough audio editing will take care of that. We will ensure that the narrative flows smoothly and seamlessly.
Is there a loud fan in the background of your audio?
Noise reduction is a process that will remove/reduce the amount of background noise that is occurring during the interview whether it comes from a fan, air conditioner, traffic or simply a by-product of the audio equipment.
Do you have multiple audio sources and wish to make them sound balanced?
You might want to insert an intro/outro, mid rolls or you just have several different speakers, we’re able to make everything balanced, whether in volume, frequency or dynamic range.
Want to have the episode professionally mastered and ready to be published?
Whether it will be for an analog (for example, radio) or a digital release, we will ensure the audio specifications meet the industry standards for such a release.
Want to have all the necessary info embedded into your mp3 file?
The last step before your podcast is ready for distribution is embedding all the information about the episode into the master mp3 file, e.g. the title, the artist, the year of release, the summary, etc.