Going live with a guest or recording the interview asynchronously could really be up to the guest, according to Regina.
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It is important to actively listen to what the guest has to say and try to respond in a respectful and honest way.
Do a podcast to create more content, to add value to your listeners, but also to shine light on your amazing guests, says Louise.
Podcasting for him is a hobby, but he would like to eventually be making money out of. However, if it's successful enough then it kind of pays for...
The most challenging episode was when one of his guests recorded remotely on speakerphone. Spoiler alert: nobody noticed after editing, so that's a...
Thomas talks about the softwares and techniques he uses, and all other recommendations and tips that are beneficial for you!
If you are a speaker, host or guest, buy a pop filter. You will save your editor so much time and you won't be sacrificing your audio quality.
Stephan shares some basic cleaning modules that he uses while editing, and what most people should use if they're serious about editing.
A great tip from Jennifer is to always connect your headphones to your microphone and not to your computer.
As an editor, Bryan says the most challenging episodes are those where the podcaster you work with is not willing to be coached.
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