Podcast Editing is the technical process of producing a podcast into an audio file that is ready to be listened to and broadcasted. A freelance podcast editor can take audio clips, voice recordings, music, and sound FX and will cut, sync, and arrange them in a manner that allows for clear sound throughout. An experienced podcast editor should also be able to technically edit audio recordings to equalize their sound levels and add compression to their recordings.
Some ideas for what you could get a freelance podcast editor to do includes creating a story arc for your content, creating your own intro/outro music or sound effects, mixing audio from multiple sources at once with layered sounds and ambient noise, extracting clean audio from interviews and recordings, trimming and adding fade-ins and fade-outs to clips, and of course producing the finished podcast episode in your desired output file format.
When hiring a freelanced podcast editor for any type of job, always conduct your interview in the same manner. Get a clear understanding of the scope of work that includes any creative or technical suggestions they may have. Talk to them about their experience level so you can get an accurate idea of how much time it will take them to complete the work. Ask them questions about their editing workflow and setup so that you can be sure they're ready to handle the project correctly. When it comes to pricing hourly rates, you can expect a freelance podcast editor with medium experience levels around $30-$45/hour while high-level editors may charge more.
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