There are probably as many ways to handle the editing of audio as there are podcasters. Some podcasters approach postproduction by simply hitting the Stop button on their recording device, while others labor for hours, fine-tuning their audio until it is perfect. (Of course, "perfect" is a completely subjective assessment.) Whether you're working on an audio or a video podcast, the approach you take toward editing and processing the sound will depend, like so many other things, on you and your show. You may just want to record the show "live in studio" where whatever happens, happens. No editing, no assembly after the fact. Or you may want to assemble your podcast from various individual pieces, weaving the elements ...

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