Resound Plans and Pricing

Learn about Resound's four simple packages to get started

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Resound is a subscription-based service that automatically finds umms and ahhs in your podcast audio so you can take back your time.

For the price of a few lattes, you can cut back on hours and hours of tedious editing and unlock AI filler sound detection, plus additional features like multitrack editing for interview shows.

Plans overview

See a breakdown of the plans and prices below.

  • The Free plan ($0/mo) is best for testing things out the first time.

  • The Creator plan ($15/mo) is best for starting and growing a podcast.

  • The Professional plan ($30/mo) is best for producing a lot of content.

  • The Studio plan ($60/mo) is best for podcast networks and freelancers.

  • Don’t see a plan that fits your needs? Contact us if you want to discuss high-volume quotes, build an integration or white-label Resound’s machine learning models in your product.

Start free today! Try all the features with 1 hour of free AI processing. Then upgrade or use limited free features after trial ends.

Need help upgrading? Follow these steps to upgrade to a paid subscription in Resound.

Pricing FAQs 🤔

How does the 14-day free trial work?

As of February 27, 2024, you're automatically given a 14-day free trial when you create a new account in Resound. No credit card is required.

The free trial includes:

  • ✅ 1 hr of AI processing time

  • ✅ 4-tracks per project

  • ✅ 60-day project storage

  • ✅ Filler Sound Detection

  • ✅ Silence Detection

  • ✅ Enhance

If you don't upgrade during those 14 days, then your account will be downgraded to our limited free plan on day 15.

If you upgrade, your plan will automatically be updated at the end of the free trial. You will not be charged until day 15, and you will stay on the free trial plan until that day.

What does "1 hr of processed audio" mean?

Processing audio in Resound automatically detects umms and ahhs. 1 hour of processed audio simply means you can upload an audio file (e.g. MP3) up to 60 minutes long to be processed in Resound. If you have multiple tracks in the same project, the longest file is what is used to determine your processing time. For example, two tracks that are both 30 minutes would only take 30 minutes from your usage meter, not 60.

Create as many projects as you like so long as you stay within your time limit. Upgrade anytime to unlock more processing time or wait until your usage renews the next month.

What is filler sound detection?

Filler sound detection uses AI to automatically find umms and ahhs in your audio.

What does “tracks per project” mean?

Tracks per project refer to the number of files you can import into a single Project in Resound.

Free plans can only do single-track editing (ex: a monologue podcast). Creator plans can do multitrack editing with 2 tracks (ex: host and guest interviewee). Professional and Studio plans can do multitrack editing with 4 tracks (ex: 3-person interviews or roundtable discussions).

What does "project storage" mean?

Project storage means that once you’ve exported a project, we’ll save it temporarily before deleting it, depending on which plan you have.

  • Free: Projects will be deleted after 1 day

  • Creator: Projects will be deleted after 15 days

  • Professional: Projects will be deleted after 30 days

  • Studio: Projects will be deleted after 60 days

Does Resound cut out content automatically or do I have control?

You’re in control of your audio editing. Resound suggests the edits but you make the final decisions by reviewing your edits. Our long-term vision is for Resound to combine simplicity (as few clicks as possible) with control (you decide what happens down to the smallest details). This vision will shape the new features and improvements you see in Resound over time.

Where does Resound fit into my workflow?

H‍ere's the workflow we recommend most podcasters use to add Resound into their workflow:

1. Record your podcast
2. Run audio through resound to clean up umms and ahhs, make additional edits, and Enhance your audio in one click
3. Export and add your intro/outro music in your DAW (e.g. GarageBand, Audacity)
4. Publish it to share with the world

Prefer editing in Pro Tools or Logic Pro? Resound lets you download AAF files to import into Pro Tools and Logic Pro for a seamless editing experience, too.

What happens if I go over my usage limit and need more hours?

Whenever you hit your processing time limit (ex: 4 hours) we’ll automatically notify you within the app. You’ll have two options: Upgrade to the next plan or wait until your usage resets at the start of your next billing period.

If you choose to upgrade to unlock more hours you will pay a pro-rated amount (the cost of the new plan minus the cost of your current plan) today, then pay for the full price of a new plan at the start of your next billing cycle. Additional hours will be credited to your account immediately.

For example, if you sign up for a Creator plan on March 7th and upgrade to a Professional plan on March 10th, you will pay a prorated amount ($15) on the 10th, and 6 additional hours will be credited to your account immediately. After that, your subscription will renew with a Professional Plan on April 10th for the full price of $30/mo.

What happens to unused processing time at the end of the month? Do you offer rollover time?

Unused hours expire at the end of your subscription billing period and renew at the start of the next period. For example, if you purchase a subscription on January 3, any unused credits will expire on February 2nd and reset on February 3rd.

Unused time does not roll over at this time.

Can I purchase individual hours?

Once you hit your limit you can upgrade to a higher-paid plan to unlock more hours immediately or wait until your usage renews at the start of your next billing period. You can also request a custom plan by contacting us here.

Can I cancel or change my plan anytime?

Yes. You can cancel your plan or downgrade to a cheaper plan anytime by going to Account Settings > Subscription. Having trouble? Chat with us in the app or email

Can I make edits to an existing episode after exporting it?

Yes! You can reopen any previous edit, make changes, and re-export it for free. However, projects are deleted 1, 15, 30, or 60 days after the first export depending on which plan you purchase.

What file formats and file sizes do you accept?

Resound accepts all major audio file formats. Read a full list of which file formats we accept for importing and exporting here.

Does Resound work with videos?

You can export mp4 video files from Resound with a new experimental beta feature. Learn more here.

Additionally, if you have a video file like an MP4 or MOV you can upload it straight into Resound, we’ll strip out the audio, detect all your filler sounds, and you can export it as a WAV, MP3, or AAF.

How can I get help choosing a plan?

If you need help choosing a plan in Resound, here is our simple recommendation. Most beginner podcasters will be a good fit for the Creator Plan, which includes 4 hours of editing each month and our main features.

If you are a professional podcaster, we recommend a Professional plan for 10 hours of editing.

Lastly, if you’re running a business and consistently edit over 10 hours per month, then the Studio plan might be right for you.

All new users can try Resound free for 14-days. You'll get 1 hour of AI processing time and access to all features. Then you can upgrade to a paid plan or keep using our limited free plan.

Don’t fit into one of our plans? Contact us here.

What do you do with my data?

Resound respects your privacy and security online. Read a detailed summary of what Resound does and what you agree to when using our services in our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

How does Resound calculate audio processing time?

Resound calculates processed audio time at the project level, based on the longest file length in that project. For example, if you upload 4 audio files into one project each with 60 minutes that will count as one hour (the project length), not 4 hours. If one of the four tracks was 65 minutes but all the other tracks were 60 minutes then you would use up 65 minutes of your plan, the longest file duration. Time is calculated down to the millisecond for accuracy but simplified into minutes and seconds for convenience on the front end.

What is a track vs. a project?

A track is a single audio file uploaded into Resound. A project is a session with one or more audio files.

When did Resound first launch paid plans?

For the first four months after its launch in November of 2022, Resound was 100% free. During that time, hundreds of podcasters processed thousands of minutes of audio. However, as of March 20, 2023 the free beta period ended as we launched paid plans.

Paid plans enable us to continue building on the foundation we’ve laid together – bringing life to more of the feature requests we’ve heard from our community. Free plans are still an option, but we now have three additional plans tailored to meet your needs.

What are the terms for the 30% discount from February 2023?

30% Discount Terms and Conditions 🎁

  • Valid for all Resound users who joined the private beta waitlist before December 8, 2022, and created a free account in Resound before February 28, 2023

  • Valid for all users who created a free account in Resound during the public beta after December 8 and who filled out the Customer Feedback Survey before February 28, 2023

  • Take 30% off any paid plan of your choosing in Resound

  • Discount will be automatically applied to your account when you log in on March 20th, no coupon code is required.

  • Offer is valid from March 20, 2023, to March 2024 (up to 12 months).

  • Offer expires if it's not used by March 2024.

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