Libsyn announced the acquisition of the Auxbus podcast-creation software platform. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The web-based Auxbus is designed to save podcasters time, while producing professional-quality podcasts that are easy for even the most novice audio creators. Auxbus guides first-time podcasters through planning and creating their content. Auxbus hold proprietary, patent-pending technologies that automatically complete and distribute finished, polished podcasts in moments.
Auxbus features include:
- Content guide that answers podcasters’ questions, includes links to learn more, and provides playable examples;
- Show organizational tools to save users time on every episode, including writing show descriptions, uploading artwork, and creating reusable intros, outros, and calls-to-action;
- Easy recording with any microphone: professional XLR, USB, wired and built-in;
- Automatic episode assembly and sound leveling for high-quality episodes, fast; and
- A selection of built-in music, or users can upload their own.
Libsyn provides its podcasters with a professional platform that are available everywhere podcasts are played. Auxbus will continue to operate independently within Libsyn, and its features and technologies are expected to be integrated into the Company over time.
Auxbus Chief Engineer and system architect, Ryan DuVal, will join Libsyn to lead its newly formed Creation product line. Auxbus founder, Dan Radin, will provide transitional and strategic consulting services to Libsyn.