Descript – a new addition to Podcast recording tools shares a useful article:
How to Record a Podcast Remotely And Get It Right The First Time
By now we’ve all been working remotely for a while and if you’re a journalist, podcaster or new media producer remote interviews are a fact of life now. I recently ran across a new company called Descript which has been added to the podcasting recording tools category. It’s part of the next generation of platform for creative tools, making audio and video creation as fast, accessible, and collaborative as Google Docs. At present they are a team of 24 — predominantly engineers, product designers, and AI researchers — with a proven CEO and the backing of some of the world’s greatest investors (Andreessen Horowitz, Redpoint Ventures). The Descript HQ is in San Francisco, and their AI research team, Lyrebird which was recently acquired, is based in Montreal.
According to their website Descript’s magic lies in its simplicity: It transcribes audio and video and allows you to edit the underlying media by editing the transcript. Harnessing that simplicity in creative ways enables editing workflows in Descript that would be overwhelmingly laborious and time-intensive in other traditional media editors.
Since you rarely get the chance at an interview do-over, nailing down your remote recording workflow is essential. In a handy article that we wanted to share, the team at Descript show you how to prepare for and record a remote interview, so you get it right the first time — with some additional tips along the way to make sure all your bases are covered.
You can check out more details about their technology from their website and see how they stack up against others in the Podcast Recording Tools category of PRtoolfinder.com.