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How to use the Resound Editor
How to use the Resound Editor

Learn how to edit, mix and master your podcast in Resound's Editor

Updated over a week ago

Resound's Editor is where you choose to cut or keep each mistake Resound detected, enhance your audio to mix and master in one click and make any additional edits yourself with a simple right-click.

Here's how it works.

Step 1: Review your edits

Once your project finishes processing you will see the suggested edits regions highlighted in blue on the waveform. Resound is designed to speed up your editing while also keeping you in the driver's seat.

You can cut, keep, or adjust each edit and instantly hear how it sounds. Cut will remove it from your audio and keep will leave it alone. You can also grab the handlebars (the edge of the suggested edit) to adjust the start and end time of an edit to make it sound perfect.

Step 2: Make manual edits

Sometimes you want to make your own edits too. Simply right-click anywhere on the waveform to make your own edits, then adjust the boundaries to your liking.

Step 3: Turn on Enhance

Want your audio to be mixed and mastered? Turn Enhance ✨ on in the right sidebar.

Enhance removes background noise, adjusts levels, eqs and compresses your voice, masters to approx. -16 LUFS, and does additional processing on multitrack episodes like muting whoever is not actively speaking.

After you click the button it may take a few minutes to load. This process can take 5-10 minutes, but it's much faster and easier than doing it yourself.

Turn enhance on and off as often as you like to hear how it sounds before and after.

Step 4: Export your audio

The last step is to export your audio files. Simply click "Export audio", select as many file formats as you like, and click the three dots (···) if you want to turn on "include individual tracks". This will give you both a merged file and individual tracks for multitrack episodes.

Exporting can take anywhere from 60 seconds to 15 minutes or more.

This depends primarily on the speed of your internet connection, the size of your file(s), the number of files, and the number of file formats you choose to export.

Learn more about exporting in our FAQ article here.

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