Between recording and producing full-length podcasts for our clients and repurposing content into bonus episodes, our team here at Trinity Web Media knows a thing or two about podcasts.
Although some may think podcasts are as simple as hitting a red button and then clicking export, we’re here to remind you that quality takes time. Our team utilizes two different DAWs to ensure that each show is as good as the last.
If you’re in tune with the world of audio production, you’ve no doubt heard of both Logic Pro X and Adobe Audition. So which DAWs do we use and why? Listen in to find out!
Here’s at Trinity Web Media, we know a thing or two about podcasts. Whether it’s recording and editing full-length shows, or repurposing content into bonus podcasts, our audio team stays pretty busy.
So with that being said, I want to talk about the two digital audio workshops that we use and how we use them. Starting off, we use Logic Pro X, when we’re editing, intros and outros, or creating original music with its library of virtual instruments. It’s very user-friendly and if you’ve ever used GarageBand before, it should feel pretty familiar.
Number two, we use Adobe Audition when we’re editing our full-length podcast, we have a great set of plugins that we use to keep the audio crisp and level. It’s a little less user-friendly, but for its price point, it’s a great place to start.