Podcast editing can be EXHAUSTING! From removing filler words to reducing the silent gaps, and removing background noise whilst doing your level best not to ruin the audio. Yep, it’s our biggest podcasting nightmare. All we really want is for our audio to sound as professional as possible and maybe the answer to our prayers lies in the hands of the Adobe AI Recording and Editing Tool.
Adobe, one of the leading software companies in the world, recently released a new AI-powered tool that is set to revolutionise the way we record and edit audio. The Adobe AI Recording and Editing Tool, promises to make recording and editing audio easier, faster, and more accurate than ever before. Watch this video by Tik Toker @_afoali who tested the Adobe AI mic on a busy road and after using one of the Adobe filters her audio sounded like it was recorded in a professional studio. Absolutely mind-blowing!
The Adobe AI Recording and Editing Tool uses machine learning algorithms to analyse and interpret audio recordings. In simple English, it means that this tool automatically detects the different elements in your audio and separates them into different tracks. Therefore, editing specific elements is simplified. Here is what you can look forward to when using this tool.
The Enhance Speech filter is one of our favourites, it may probably take the cup for most podcasters. This feature removes background noise from the audio and creates high-quality audio, in spite of the conditions the audio is recorded in. Soon to come is the filler word remover, all your uuuhhhmmmss and eeeehhhh gone with one button. Adobe also promises to bring a 3D audio filter that will help with enhancing the audio so much so that it surrounds the listener.
Before getting into your recording section you can do a “mic check 1,2 1,2”. The Adobe AI Recording and Editing tool will tell you if your mic is too close or at the right distance. It will also automatically detect if the gain is good as well as how low or high your background noise is.
You can create a podcast template that you can reuse for the rest of the season and share with other people to use! Your podcast intro and outro will forever be in there, the background music will be consistent and all you have to do is replace the main content.
If your podcast has segments and one of them is an interview you can’t immediately get to, you can put a placeholder as a reminder of where the segment will go. Once ready, you can record it in the space you held for it.
You know when you make a mistake mid-recording and you are too far gone to restart? Well, because this feature accurately transcribes spoken words into speech, all you have to do is find those words when you are done recording and delete them. Changes made in the text also reflect in the audio – sounds like magic.
Invite a guest
Remote recording is very important to podcasters, especially those whose podcasts are interview based. With Adobe AI Recording and Editing tool, all you have to do is punch in your guests email address and they will receive a link to join the conversation.
At present moment the Adobe AI Recording and Editing Tool is in beta mode and they are slowly rolling out features. In the future, we may get an app but to test out this awesome tool you can visit the web app, create an account if you aren’t already an Adobe user and voila, you can get cracking.
The Adobe AI Recording and Editing Tool is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly. The interface is easy-to-use and anyone can produce high-quality audio with this tool. This tool best fits people who are recording and editing for personal projects or business use. African podcasters, try this tool and let us know what you think about it.
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