Why Face for Radio?
There’s a nasty rumor that when I was a kid I had a face for radio, but don’t you listen to those lies.
Actually, it was something my dad used to say. Not about me! Every Sunday he’d listen to Wild Wayne’s Rock ‘N Roll Memory Machine, a two-hour program of oldies from when he was a kid.
At some point he’d make the well-known joke about Wild Wayne having “a face for radio.”
Since learning Adobe Audition 3 years ago, I’ve become the face behind the radio. I’ve helped clients launch their brand-new podcasts, working with them every step of the way to get the best possible audio and figure out hosting, distribution, music, and recurring audio assets. After the launch phase, I edit weekly episodes, removing background noise, bringing up the volume to industry decibel standards, and smoothing out the rough edges of your podcast.
I know how to make you sound so professional people can’t help but subscribe to your podcast.
I’m a lot of things — coffee fiend, cat lover, survival horror junkie — but unfortunately, I’m not a miracle worker. I learned that the hard way when a client recorded an important interview at a bustling outdoor cafe on a windy day (yes, really).
If your audio is truly horrific, the sad truth is it will never be crystal clear. But, I’ll be the judge of that!
Is your audio truly horrific? Let me be the judge
When I review your audio the first time around, I’ll let you know if I find any glaring issues. If that’s the case, I’ll send you a 15-second sample of the cleanest I can make your audio, and we’ll go from there.