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The Complete Guide to Auphonic for Podcasters

AUPHONIC LEVELER: A full tutorial for Podcasters!

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  • Ask HN: Hey Podcasters, do you use AI to optimize your workflow?
    This is a side project, and publishing one episode every week is challenging. Primarily if you target an evergreen strategy and not a news podcast. Things like preparing a topic, recording, audio editing, writing shownotes/links/chapters, marketing (social media posts), and maybe editing reels/shorts. This can quickly consume ~8h per week. We looked into the usage of AI with the goal of reducing the time spent.... - Source: Hacker News / 8 months ago
  • Can’t listen to TED talks because of microphones jammed into speakers mouths
    There are some things like, you can download and a file in, toss in most free audio programs and easily remedy majority of things for free. At that point would just contact the creator. Source: about 1 year ago
  • How to get rid of unwanted noise?
    I generally use for noise removal and leveling. You get two hours of free processing a month. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Hello good folks, I've been wanting to make this podcast for years and I finally got a mic and I'm ready to go, but...
    Audacity is fine to edit with. The learning curve can be frustrating but you’ll get there. Learn noise reduction and amplify (to reduce breath sounds). Auphonic covers a multitude of recording sins and is worth the $10 or so you might may for the online credits every couple months. Good luck! Source: over 1 year ago
  • Workflow for recording a talk and post-processing it
    Upload recording to for automated processing (volume leveling -> pretty clean audio, speech recognition -> subtitles). - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Need temporary soundproofing ideas
    Use auphonic to clean up audio Source: over 1 year ago
  • Enhance Speech from Adobe – Free AI filter for cleaning up spoken audio
    How does this stack up against something like Auphonic? - Source: Hacker News / over 1 year ago
  • Are all Hypnosis Tracks Useless? Or is there a better way?
    Export as a MP3 and run it through to clean up the sound. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • [D] Are there any models that can process existing speech audio and improve its quality?
    Maybe this helps Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Is there a such program as a "Batch Audio Normalization Tool?"
    I use auphonic with my job in podcasting and it works great for normalizing individual dialog tracks. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Could someone help with my audio?
    Try running it through a few times. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Trouble getting clean noise-free isolated audio from Rode Wireless Go II with Rode lavalier go mic
    If you need a quick way to remove the background noise and bring up your dialogue, try Try their new beta voice algorithms. They can really isolate voices and you can bring down the ambient levels to whatever you like. Here's a blog post about it. I put Auhphonic in the "magic" realm for what it can achieve with low effort. Https:// Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Newb Help
    Auphonic has helped me with the differences between my volume and my cohost’s louder voice. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Something simpler than Audacity?
    You may like this service: Https:// Source: almost 2 years ago
  • How do I make my audio quality sound better?
    Get close to the mic next time (get a pop filter or windscreen if you don’t have one). Pick a section and run it through Auphonic. You can use this until you’ve figured out all that EQ stuff (I have yet to figure it out). Source: about 2 years ago
    Auphonic could be helpful. They give you 2 hours a month but you can only submit 20 minutes at a time. You can buy credits that roll over month to month if you want to do a bit more. Run a portion of it through the program to see if it fixes a lot if what you are concerned about. It has saved me many times. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Loudness Normalization vs Amplify vs Normalization Difference?
    For me, I don’t turn up the tracks at all - I end up running it through Auphonic at -19 LUFS (for mono) and it cleans everything up really nicely. It did help to learn this stuff, though. Basically, Loudness Normalization is the one you want. I use Amplify to get rid of unwanted breaths and other sounds. I have never touched Normalization. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Podcasting setup questions - intermediate
    2) We also use audacity for editing - noise reduction, general content editing, and adding any music. Then we run the files into a multitrack recording in Auphonic - you get two hours of free production a month with them and it has made my life a lot easier. It’s worth the money if you need to buy extra credits, too. Looking forward to reading that article by @autoencoders, though. Some day I’d love to try reaper. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Looking for someone to join our team and help edit our podcast
    You could use some tools to automated your editing:,, Source: over 2 years ago
  • Problems with Descript
    For the Nasty Spikes when merging tracks, you could take your recording from cleanvoice back to descript and merge, but I think its better to use or Dobly to merge the audio tracks. It will also normalize the audio better than Descript. So better listening experience imo. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Beginner Podcasting Question
    Check out squadcast as an option instead of zoom. They have video options now if that’s your thing. Using a decent USB microphone (Samson Q2U or Audio Technical ATR2100x-USB) is going to improve sound quality. I haven’t had good luck with headset mics - but I didn’t spend top dollar. After you do your cleanup in audacity or whatever, run those audio files through Auphonic to get the best sound you can. Good luck! Source: over 2 years ago

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