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Podcast Production and Publishing Software

Podcast Station allows recording, mixing, editing and publishing of personalized audio broadcasts to the web with robust RSS, iD3 and iTunes support. Designed for emerging online podcast markets, Podcast Stations’ on screen buttons let users assign commentary, music, sound effects, and interviews from virtually every kind of file format (MP3, WAV, WMA and AIFF). Content is then mixed, for uploading and play on personal computers and mobile devices.

Audion Laboratories CEO Charlie Brown had this to say about the new software:

“Podcast Station makes producing a show easy. Having the ability to pre-set your music, jingles, sound bites and effects, mix them on the fly, produce and then publish your program to the net is absolutely what it’s all about”

Cool. I haven’t used it myself but it sounds interesting. If you’re feeling the need to express yourself download a free 10 day trial copy here.

Written March 10th, 2006 by | Filed under: Podcasting Tips

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