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Podcasting and Blogging with GarageBand and iWeb by John Tollett, Robin Williams

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6. Edit & Mix your Podcast

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After you record all of the sound clips you need for your podcast, you’ll edit the clips to create a more professional presentation. You can delete unwanted comments or noises, such as your dog begging for a biscuit in the middle of a recording or a phone ringing in the background. You can remove long pauses that occurred while recording when you lost your train of thought, or replace sections of audio that contain mistakes.

Mixing is also part of the editing process, when you add filters, jingles, or sound effects, and (in the case of podcasting with GarageBand), add graphics and chapter markers that make your podcast ...

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