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Get Started With Resound (Watch Me First)

How to edit umms and ahhs from your podcast in minutes with AI.

Updated over a week ago

Resound automatically detects filler sounds and long silences and enhances your podcast audio in minutes.

All you have to do is upload, process, review, and export.

Watch this short video to learn how to get started:

Don't have a Resound account yet? Create a free account in 2 mins to hear how Resound makes your voice shine.

How to edit a podcast in Resound (step-by-step)

1. Create a free account at

2. Upload an audio file

Resound accepts all major file formats, including video files (it will automatically strip out the audio for you). See a full list of compatible file formats. You can upload single track episodes or multitrack projects (requires a paid plan).

3. Review edits and enhance

Resound detects filler sounds and long silences, then shows you which edits it thinks you should apply. It's kind of like spell check: Resound suggests, but you decide.

The edits Resound detects are highlighted in blue.

Click "Cut" to remove the content, "Keep" to leave it in, and adjust the boundaries to make sure your edits sound just right.

Turn on Enhance if you want to get a one-click mix and master your podcast audio. Learn more about Enhance here.

You can also make your own edits in Resound anytime. Right-click on the waveform to trim audio. Learn more about Trim Audio here.

Resound Editor Pro Tips

  • πŸ›Ÿ Resound auto-saves your work. No need to stress!

  • 😎 Your edits are non-destructive. Go back and change them later if you want.

  • ⌨️ Work faster with keyboard shortcuts. Click up to cut, down to keep, and left and right to move between edits. Click the spacebar to play and pause.

  • βš™οΈ Open Editor Settings to customize your workflow, Cut All Silences in one click, or Cut All Filler Sounds in one click by clicking the Gear icon.

4. Export an MP3, WAV, or AAF.

Export MP3 for publishing, WAV for continuing to edit or mix, and AAF for editing in Logic or Pro Tools.

5. Share your polished audio with the world! πŸŽ‰

And you're all done! Upload your audio to a podcast hosting site to share it with the world, or import it into another tool to finish editing and mixing somewhere else.

7 Tips to edit faster in Resound

1. Manually approve each auto-detected edit. You're in control. πŸͺ„

Resound auto-detects mistakes. You decide to cut or keep them.

2. Use keyboard shortcuts to work faster. ⌨️

Play, pause, cut, keep, and move between edits with your keyboard.

3. Edit multitrack episodes, in sync. πŸ‘₯

Upload multiple files and the tracks will always stay in sync as you edit. Switch between track views on multitrack episodes. You will see all tracks as one as the default view and can toggle to an individual track and make edits. Edits made on single-track view will be applied to both tracks so that tracks are kept in sync.

4. Export AAF files to edit in a DAW. ⬆️

Export an AAF from Resound to keep editing in your favorite DAW.

5. Go back and change your edits anytime. ✏️

Reopen a session at any time to adjust your edits and export a new version.

6. Don’t stress, your work is autosaved! πŸ’Ύ

All edits are progressively saved within Resound while you work.

7. Save your eyes with dark mode. πŸŒ™β˜€οΈ

Toggle between light mode and dark mode at any time.

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