Includes 12 Podcast Mastering Presets
The Ryan Freeman Classic (Light / Medium / Hard)
Tone Down (Light / Medium / Hard)
Sparkle & Shine (Light / Medium / Hard)
Remove The Mud (Light / Medium / Hard)
The Professional Podcast Sound
You've Been Looking For
Preset Walkthrough Video
Better Audio Quality = More Listeners.
✓ No third-party plugins
✓ Tones & unifies your final mix together
✓ Balances your mix (voice, music & fx)
✓ Achieve a polished professional sound
✓ Award-Winning sound in just a few clicks
I was honored to win a Webby Award for Best Sound Design & Original Music in a Podcast.
These presets reflect the same processing that I used to win this Webby. You can get the best & achieve Award-Winning sound in just a few clicks.
Hear The Difference
BEFORE: Podcast mixed to -6db
AFTER: Podcast Mastering Preset applied
Complete Your Sound
What is Mastering?
The final stage of audio processing, which effects and glues the sound together overall.
Mastering is subtle & gentle - Major sound changes should be done in the mix.
Compression is used to glue all the tracks in your project together. It makes the loudest peaks quieter & the lowest points louder, creating an upfront cohesive sound.
Sculpt & treat the overall sound of your project. Dial-in the sonic spectrum to bring new life to your sound.
Stops audio from peaking over 0 db, avoiding distortion. Light limiting will do the trick! It also makes your final output louder.
Made For Adobe Audition, Logic Pro X,
The Podcast Mastering Presets have been designed to optimize playback across all systems and media formats. By artfully applying compression, equalization, and limiting. The presets level, unify and enhance your final mix, ready to be shared with the world. Beginner or professional, these presets will save you time & money.
• Includes 12 presets
• Saves you time
• Optimized for all listening devices
• Balances voice levels
• Professional podcast sound
• Uses your program's stock plugins
• Adjust effects if needed
• 'Install & Apply' tutorial video included
Make sure your program is up-to-date.