In less than one month, you'll be fully prepared to ditch your desktop or laptop, and take your podcast to the tablet, with the software, workflows and know-how to produce quality audio from literally anywhere in the world.
You'll learn how to harness the power of iOS 11 to manage your podcast files, build templates and backup projects to revisit if needed in the future. You'll learn about the major apps for editing and processing audio for your show, as well as in-depth editing and production tips and tricks for Ferrite Recording Studio and Hokusai 2, two of the most powerful audio apps available today.
This course will have you ready to take control of your show, no matter your previous technical or audio experience.
What are you waiting for? Register today and a month from now, be podcasting from your iPad or iPhone.
After a decade in the terrestrial radio business, Joel launched Pro Podcasting Services, offering podcast and audiobook production and consultation, as well as ancillary services.
Joel is a father of four, lucky husband to one bada$$ redhead and the biggest fan of podcasting you'll ever meet.
An iOS user since 2008, and an iPad lover since the original launched, Joel has dreamed of the day he could produce podcasts completely from his iOS devices.
For the last few months, he's been doing that, full time, find out how soon at iPadPodcasting.com
Since my first day in radio in 2004, since the first time I published a podcast in 2012, I've always been looking for better tools.
If you're like me, you've always been frustrated with PC software (and often the hardware too), perhaps you've loved the growing capabilities of your iPhone or iPad and wondered how you could use them to handle your podcast.
With the launch of the iPad and more recently the iPad Pro it seemed like truly anything was possible from anywhere, but frankly the software (and the human users) weren't quite ready.
Over the last three years, I've been experimenting with recording, editing, producing and publishing podcasts all from iOS devices. For the last several months, I've been doing it completely not only for my own shows, but dozens of clients' shows as well.
Now, with the release of iOS 11, it's time. The software is ready, the hardware is probably already in your hands, and I've already done the heavy lifting on putting these processes and resources all in one place.
If you'd like to jumpstart your iPad Podcasting know-how or ditch the desktop from your studio and your show, join us starting October 5th with the first lecture and live Q&A. I can't wait to help you take your show to the tablet. - Joel Sharpton, Chief Editing Officer, Pro Podcasting Services