I ran into Bruce Sharpe, the inventor of the Levelator, at the Podcast Expo and he was kind enough to spend a few minutes with me for an interview.
Have you ever recorded an interview in which you and your guest ended up at different volumes? How about a panel discussion where some people were close to microphones and others were not? Then you need the Levelator.
It’s software that adjusts the audio levels within your podcast or other audio file for variations from one speaker to the next. And once you use it you will think it is MAGIC. No podcaster should be without the Levelator.
My thanks to Bruce Sharpe for sharing the Levelator with the world. If you need some help from Bruce you can contact him at Singular Software.
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