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Trim Audio (make your own edits)

How to make your own manual edits in Resound

Updated over a week ago

Resound automatically finds mistakes in your podcast like filler sounds (ums and ahs) and long silences. But sometimes you just want to make your own old-school edits.

You might want to trim out:

  • 🎨 Creative edits

  • πŸ™ˆ Sensitive content

  • πŸ€ͺ False starts and bloopers

  • πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ Guest-requested edits

  • 🫠 Mid-episode meltdowns

  • 🎹 Sections of music

Whatever your reason, Resound lets you trim audio in a few simple clicks.

How to trim audio in Resound:

Note: This video contains outdated UI. We will update the video soon.

  1. Log into Resound at

  2. Upload your project or open an existing project

  3. Right click in the waveform to create a new manual edit (this will insert a 1-second onto the timeline)

  4. Adjust the boundaries of your edit

  5. Make as many edits as you want

  6. Click "Export audio" to export and download your edited file


How do I undo or delete a manual edit?

If you make an edit on accident or change your mind you can simply click on the edit and you will see a button appear beneath it to "delete" that edit. Any edit you create yourself can be fully deleted, but edits that Resound detects in your audio can only be cut (removed from audio) or kept (left alone).

This is the only way that manual edits are different from the AI edits in Resound.

Can I add a crossfade between edits I create?

Resound automatically applies a tiny crossfade between each edit you create when you export, whether that is a manual edit you make or an edit that Resound detected and you marked as "cut."

This automatic crossfade ensures that your edits sound smooth, however, there are still some situations where even the best crossfade will not make a smooth-sounding edit. If you have a lot of background noise or reverb in your recording then it can be much harder to make smooth edits, so we recommend double-checking how your work sounds as you go through the editing process.

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