08 JULY 2016
written by Mike
In the fifth episode of my miniseries Casefile: Making a Podcast, I send the recording to iZotope Rx. iZotope RX is an audio restoration software. It’s a professional solution for editors and producers. I use it pretty much for all of my projects, and I do it in two stages.
Stage One is what we are going to look at in this video – modules. Modules are processes that you can use in RX to enhance and clean your audio. And before I do a detailed “on the fly” editing I apply some global processing to the recording. I have my favorites, but depending on a project, I adjust the settings and preview the changes each time.
You need to know that it’s quite dangerous to do these global renders, make sure that you are happy with the setting before you apply any changes. And always have an original recording available.
Casefile started as a hobby project, a true crime podcast with a focus on lesser known cases. It quickly grew in popularity and notoriety. At an early stage, I joined the podcast and helped with production and music composition. Soon the downloads reached more than million a month, all by word of mouth and no paid advertisement. The show grew, and the team expanded. Alex, producer and publisher from Paragon Collective and Andrew Joslyn, incredibly talented composer who worked with bands such as Macklemore joined to take the show to new heights. With every episode, fanbase grows, and Casefile becomes a top true crime podcast to follow.
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