So how does it work?
We do not bill monthly. We only bill for work we perform. We can bill you per episode. We will like to be your virtual production team, so we are ready to partner with you for a longer period of time. Therefore, pricing will be unique with you. Trust us.
Below is a list of editing process that are available both to the audio and your website.
Audio Clean Up
This is the removal of “ums,” “ya knows” and other stammers. These will be the “low hanging fruit.” For example an “um” that has space on each side. An um that leads into a word is harder to cut out. We can do this if you’d like, but realize with precision comes an increase in time.
For an hour long episode, plan on audio clean up to take 90 minutes.
Sound leveling is ensuring the volume level does not require the listener to turn up or down the episode. It also includes the removal of hiss.
For an hour long episode, it takes around 20 minutes.
This is where we take your intro and outro files and stitch them together with your content, add meta (ID3) tags and upload the file to you. This takes around 10 minutes for an hour long episode.
You record the content (we can help you get setup with the proper equipment, plugging it in, etc). Then you upload the .wav or .mp3 file into a shared folder on Dropbox.com or Google Drive. It’s much like attaching a file in e-mail or uploading a photo to facebook.
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We will like to be your virtual production team
Pricing will be unique with you. Trust us.
Working with your team was actually a dream come true for me.
I got to the point where having to edit my interviews and come up with show notes became a daunting task that I started getting behind on my publishing schedule. But the guys have removed that burden from me.
All I have to do now is record and send all the raw audio files and have a polished episode sent back to me with amazing show notes...and I no longer have to miss my publishing dates.
Thanks a lot guys. You rock.
Fumnanya Bernard (host of The Limit Breaker Show)
Podcasting is a good business model and recording your first few episode can be a
breeze but an herculean task if you don't have the technical know-how of editing the show.
Sefa Tsegha did a fantastic job in helping me edit my podcast episodes to make
it sound highly professional in the ears. I will hire them over and over again!
Samuel Adeyinka - (host of Income Splash Podcast)