Audacity is one of the top audio editing apps available today. Part of the reason for that, is that it’s free to download and use because it’s open source. The other part is that it’s powerful and fully capable of putting together professional audio just as well as Adobe Audition or Apple’s Pro Tools. Regardless of your experience as a podcaster, knowing how to edit a podcast in Audacity is a skill you’ll want to work on. We want to walk you through the basics of the program, and also show you some best practices so that your audio is as crisp and clean as anything else you pipe through your headphones from a major studio.
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