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The touch interface of your favorite iOS device combined with the simple design of Ferrite provides a great environment for editing and publishing audio for the web. There's something about editing audio with your finger or Apple Pencil that makes this task more personal and more enjoyable.

This week, Mike explains how you can use Ferrite to edit, and even record, a podcast. He shows you some basic editing techniques and guides you through the built-in tools and effects that make Ferrite such a great tool for podcasters. You also learn how to set up automation like fading out an intro track, adding artwork and chapter markers for export, and leveling your audio for the final mix.

The full tutorial covers

  • Installation
  • Recording Audio
  • Library
  • Editor
  • Automation
  • Templates
  • Bookworm Example
  • Strip Silence
  • Editing Techniques
  • Crossfade
  • Effects
  • Export
  • MP3 Chapters
  • Overcast Preview

App Store Links:

Ferrite App Store

Video Tutorial Comments

(1 comments posted)

Richard Saunders

At the 13 minute mark the Duck King setting is applied to the wrong track. The music track should be left on Duck in the voice track at the top should be the Duck King track.

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