This week on Clipped, I dive into what a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) is and why it’s an essential part of editing your podcast. I cover the top six DAWs for podcasters and what I like about each one. In addition, I also highlight why it’s vital to put in the hard work necessary to learn how to use your DAW to its full potential.
- How to get your podcast audio files into your DAW to start cutting together your episode
- The benefits of recording directly into your DAW
- Using audio processing tools, known as plugins, to manipulate the sound of your podcast
- Factors to consider before choosing a DAW
- My top DAW picks, who uses them, and why I recommend them
- The benefits of getting into the Adobe Ecosystem
- Why I prefer ProTools and how I use it to record and edit
- The importance of putting in the time to understand how to use your DAW effectively
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