TPS086: Loudness Normalization with Georg from Auphonic (Part 2)

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Loudness normalization of your audio is a “simple” process for measuring and processing for the perceived level of your audio. Perceived levels are how the human ear interprets levels. In recent years, new standards for measuring perceived level have arisen out of a lot of research and engineering.  Georg Holzmann and I discuss the history of measuring loudness and these new standards more in depth in part one of this interview. For an even more complete understanding of these newer standards please see the links at the end of this post for useful resources.EBU R128 logo

In part two of our talk, Georg and I take a look at loudness normalization as provided by his service available at Auphonic.com. We also talk about how a podcaster can start to begin measuring and performing loudness normalization in their own audio editing system. [Read more…]

TPS085: Auphonic and Loudness Standards with Georg Holzmann

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Post processing your audio podcast can be a daunting task. Where do you start? What effects do you use? How to adjust the effects once you choose them? These questions and many more like them can easily scare a podcaster away from doing any polishing of their audio podcast file.

But if you’re interested in rounding out your sound to make it better overall and don’t want to learn the tech behind doing it there’s Auphonic.com. On this episode I’m talking with Georg Holtmann, the creator of Auphonic, software for helping you get the best audio possible. Auphonic Logo

Of course the first step is to record it well. I like to say, you can’t make bad audio good, you can only make it less bad. For that reason you’ll want to make sure you have a decent microphone, a quite recording space and a few other pieces (pop filter, quite preamp, etc.) before you even think about processing your audio. The better the audio, the better the software and processing will work.  [Read more…]

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