In this episode I’m talking about when and why to edit your podcast (and my editing goals) as well as creation tools for your show’s artwork.
In this episode, I’m talking about the benefits of planning your podcast episodes and making bullet points of topics to cover, Jim Beeghley has a question about setting ID3 tags in ID3 Editor vs. using iTunes, and I go over the nearly-complete podcast workflow automation that I’ve been blogging about for the past two days.
It’s the first official episode of Be a Better Podcaster! I’m thrilled that this is off and running and I hope you enjoy it. In this episode: my background and the purpose of this series, the equipment that I use to record my shows, and questions from two sources about recording regularly and about the Apogee Duet firewire interface.
The first episode of Be a Better Podcaster will debut soon, and while I could do a show with some general podcasting topics, I want this series to be about helping you. This prelude episode serves to set up the show in iTunes, introduce myself and the series, and offer you a chance to tell me how I can help you.