Be sure to make a folder for all the “assets” you’ll use for your episode. It’s a good idea to make subfolders too: Narration, Interviews, Active Sound, Ambient Sound, etc. Once you take a sound file and load it into Audacity, be sure not to move it from the folder it’s in.
You should name your files so you’ll recognize them, like such:
Intro New Lady Narration
Intro Music bed Sunny Day
Segment 1 Arrival narration
Segment 1 Ambient sound: chirps and clucks
Segment 2 Sound Effect Alarm
Segment 2 Narration
Segment 2 Active Sound New Lady Screech
In this episode of the Aftermath, Oziel Hernandez recounts his life as a Jehovah’s Witness and his journey after leaving the religion. Listen as we embark on journey to learn more about what it means to start life over after having been raised in a close-knit religious circle.
On this episode I speak with a local bodybuilder at my gym. He has been through quite a bit so I wanted to see how that impacted his gym way of life. We will be taking a deep dive into his journey and what he has planned for the near future! Progressive-Overload is the way to go!
In this episode, podcast host Arianna Arce speaks with classmate Edwin and Assemblywoman Maritza Davila about the ways gentrification has brought on changes in Bushwick, and how to preserve the Puerto Rican culture.
The College Dorm Podcast follows the daily college student life in and outside the college dorm from students and campuses across the country!
On today’s episode, host Eduardo Ibanez explores the issue of sleep err, better yet the lack of sleep reported by over 70% of college students. Eduardo sits down with three college students, two still enrolled, and creates a conversation surrounding the interlinked relationship between the lack of sleep college students faced dramatically determined by the student’s major. Majors such as architecture, finance, computer science, and nursing tend to suffer from sleeping disorders, the common culprit namely insomnia.
Each guest will speak on their experiences with insomnia and what tried methods and opinions experts and the students have worked on to finally get at long last every college students greatest wish, a good night’s sleep,
Impact of Influencers is a podcast where discussions are held around the impact social media/influencers have on our daily lives and what goes on behind the scenes in the life of an influencer.
Gen-Zers are burning out. We all fall victim to “hustle culture” and seeing everyone celebrate their success on social media (on a daily basis.) In this episode, Arianna Arce sits down with Holden Velasco to discuss his own experience with burnout while acknowledging how social media plays a role in why we give in to “hustle culture.”
Yeah, we were just talking about that Last of Us trailer from January. Then we ended up talking about a book the Rachel knows about. So we just decided to hit the record button and try to think through both stories’ ethics.
Follow Monica Sarduy as she rediscovers her family history in detail with her mom, Olga Sarduy. They discuss shared experiences and learn about each others identity and how they relate and live through their Russian heritage.
Where you came from and how you speak doesn’t determine where you’ll end up.
On this episode of Home Sweet Home, Torri Little shares her story of her childhood.
The way Torri Little grew up and what she has been through has shaped her to be the person she is today. She shares her experiences and explains how speech therapy has helped her from her childhood to her adult life.