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Spreaker Studio Update Makes it Easy to Add Sound to your Podcast



Spreaker has announced that Spreaker Studio iOS 11 makes it even easier for podcasters to pick the sounds that they want to put into their podcast. It solves the problem of having media files all over the place that you have to spend time searching through before you find the music you intended to add to an episode.

Music libraries are increasingly becoming more like dispersed pockets of musical treasure: some albums are tucked away in folders on your device, some songs just stored on iCloud, some tracks shared with you through Dropbox. So when you’re uploading music to your podcast, you want to easily be able to tap into your library, however spread out it may be!

Recording and editing your content with Spreaker Studio on your iPhone or iPad gives you the mobility to podcast on the go. Now, with the new iOS update, you can directly insert media files that you have on your device, both locally and in the cloud, without needing to shuffle them around into a single folder first.

Spreaker has a brief tutorial on how to do that in their blog post. They point out that extra audio elements make your podcast stand out. Use music to break up segments of an episode with a fresh sound or enriching your content with background music. Spreaker Studio iOS 11 makes it easy do.


Spreaker Studio App Now Available For Windows and Mac OS X



Spreaker LogoSpreaker announced the release of the its Spreaker Studio app for Windows and Mac OS X. The app is available for free via the App Store and Google Play.

Spreaker Studio is an audio recording and live streaming app. The new application allows users to mix high-quality inputs from up to four audio sources like USB microphones, touch-activated sound effects, intro and exit music, and Skype callers into a live or pre-recorded podcast. This four audio source input support eliminates the need for an expensive audio mixer to record more than one microphone at a time for easy mobile recordings.

In Spreaker Studio, new podcasters will find a simple console where audio files, sound effects, voice, music and more can be mixed in one place during a live or recorded episode and then be encoded and pushed to the podcasters feed automatically. Podcasting pros will find improved integration with external equipment and software, including Skype.

The Spreaker Studio app has a pre-installed set of sound effects. It allows users to create a live show or a podcast and have it published on Spreaker’s platform in a matter of minutes.