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Learn to Create a Stinger

By | May 2, 2008

This episode is a screencast and has some helpful tips on working the mic and creating stingers. A stinger is basically a transitional sound byte, something that plays in between two segments to kinda help break things up a bit, without the need for a full on introduction.

Stingers add a lot of pizaz to your podcast and make it sound more refined and ‘radio like’. I’m using Adobe Audition, but of course you could use any multi-track mixing program.

 
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Topics: Audio Recording Software, Audio Training, Audition, How to Podcast, Multitrack Recording, Screencast, Studio, Tutorial | No Comments »

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