What does a podcast editor do?
- Editing raw audio files to remove unwanted noises, adjust levels, and add music or sound effects.
- Mixing and mastering audio files to ensure consistent sound quality and volume levels.
- Uploading and publishing podcast episodes to hosting platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, and SoundCloud.
- Collaborating with hosts and guests to ensure that the content meets established quality standards.
- Monitoring and tracking podcast analytics to determine listener engagement and make improvements as necessary.
What skills do you need to have?
- Proficiency with audio editing software such as Adobe Audition or Audacity.
- Knowledge of audio production techniques and best practices.
- Excellent attention to detail and ability to work efficiently under tight deadlines.
- Strong communication and collaboration skills to work effectively with hosts and guests.
- Basic knowledge of podcast hosting platforms and analytics tools.
- Contribute to how to make a podcast it better (Video, Sound, Tips & Tricks)
How much can you make?
The average salary for a podcast editor in the United States is around $50,000 per year. However, freelance podcast editors can earn more or less depending on the types of clients they work with. Example of the job below pays $35 per <=1 hour episode or $50 for 1h - 1h30m.
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