Instead of spending hours wrestling with software only to end up frustrated trying to improve your audio, edit gaps and distractions, while also writing your own shownotes, take back those hours by outsourcing to Podcast Boutique. Trusted pros who are highly skilled and well versed on industry standards, where you can spend your time growing your show by focusing on your content strategy, engaging with your audience, and appearing on other podcasts to promote your show and increase your numbers.
Podcast Boutique is here to help to go to the next level. In order to stand out you’ll need professional sound, concise content, and eye catching shownotes. We coach you on how to use Descript (a very user friendly content editing tool used to remove non-engaging content), then we take over and arrange all your parts, professionally mix and master your audio, remove all the distractions and provide you with highly engaging shownotes optimized for SEO. All with lightning speed and constant open communication.
We go the extra mile to provide very fast communication for any concerns or questions you may have at any time during the process. We create screenshare videos to walk you through any issues you may have. We provide a wide range of graphics options including audiograms, blog headers, quote cards, episode announcement cards and short form captioned video to promote your show anywhere.
To stand out in a sea of poorly recorded shows you MUST sound good and pleasing on the ears. With high end plugins and years of experience, we can convert your poorly recorded guest and make them sound present and appealing so your listeners focus only on your content. The goal is to sound soft on the ears and take into account that most people use earbuds or apps that can boost the high end sound leaving a poorly produced podcast to be harsh and painful on the ears over time.
You can hear a lot of room reverb (voice bouncing back off the walls) as well as some very harsh siblance (sharp S sound that hurts the ears). This is common with most rooms and cheaper micrphones.
Now you can hear the reverb has been removed making the speaker sound much more present and the harsh frequencies have been removed to ensure it sounds soft and pleasing on the ears on every device.
You can hear a lot of room reverb (voice bouncing back off the walls) as well as some ambient noise like an air conditioner or computer fan noise.
Reverb has been removed along with the fan noise and thie client sounds much clearer and more appealing on the ears for a focused listen
The difference is best heard with headphones which is how most people listen to podcasts
(73% use smartphones with earbuds)