Who are you and why should I pay you to edit my podcast?
Nice to meet you too. My name is Kelly and I’ve come a long way from the days of home-brewed radio shows with my friends and a stack of Maxell cassette tapes. (No, I won’t be releasing those little gems anytime soon). There’s nothing quite like the feeling of turning raw, unpolished audio into something professional that sounds like honey in your ear. If you’re looking for someone who’s going to go the extra mile and enjoy every minute of it, I’m your girl.
How did you learn how to edit and are you any good?
Master podcaster Jon Buscall of Moondog Marketing & Media taught me everything I know about editing podcasts. Considering he literally wrote the book on podcasting, I think of him the Ra’s al Ghul to my Batman — just without the supervillainry. Since 2015 I’ve edited roughly 3 different podcast shows per week.
I’m frickin’ awesome at editing podcasts. I’ve got a face for radio, darnit. Contact me and I’ll share portfolio samples with you if you don’t believe me.
Master podcaster Jon Buscall of Moondog Marketing & Media
How does this whole process work? How do I get started with Face for Radio?
Pick a package, enter your payment method, and you’ll receive an email from me with a questionnaire you simply must fill out before you send your files to me. I need to know everything, darling: length of your show, number of voices, number of files I’ll be mixing together, anything that needs to go “off the record,” and of course, just how time sensitive your needs are.
I’ll also require you to sign a contract stating that you have the necessary licenses and permissions to use the files you are giving me, and should you require legal difficulties, that I will be held harmless and something or other.
Legal things are a drive, but sometimes kids like to pirate music and I need to look out for their (and my) best interests.
My podcast is different from your average bear’s. Can you help me?
That’s what my Special Package is for: podcasts longer than 30 minutes, or with dodgy audio quality, or a roundtable format featuring more than 2 guests. Drop me a note via my contact form and tell me why you’re so special and we’ll figure out a price from there.
Is there any kind of podcast you won’t work on?
Let’s keep it professional, please. Business and hobby podcasters are welcome, but I reserve the right to decline to work with you if I find the subject matter offensive. No hard feelings, okay?