Using Sony Acid Music Studio 9 for Podcasts
I have been using Sony products for podcasting ever since I started. The price is right ($50-100), it works better than Audacity and I have many options for expansion and creating templates. Best yet – I’ve been using this product for over 10 years to not only make podcasts, but also record music tracks for podcasts and other needs.
Back in May, I created a how-to video on using Sony Acid 9.0. This first video introduces you to Sony Acid and how you can use it to build a podcast. It’s part of a series, which I spent the summer putting together. Now its time to release the first part of this series for free to you!
Of course, the series is part of a personal course. If you would like to know more, please contact me on how you can get one-on-one time for your podcast!
Get Sony Music Studio 9 for Under $50 at B&H!
Topics of Podcasting in Sony Acid
- Set up a new Project
- Walkthrough the tools of Sony Acid 9
- How I use Acid to create Day in Tech History podcast
- Plugin manager
- Setup cache drives, memory management
- Recording audio files
- Work with audio files – splicing
- Basic video editing
- Exporting audio
Do You Want to Know More About Sony Acid?
If you want to learn more about recording podcasts in Sony Acid, contact me and we can set up instruction time on how to use this program.
Remeber: Sony Music Studio 9 is at B&H for under $50!