Accessible podcasting tools in Mac

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Hi,
Could someone tell me what are the best podcasting tools in Mac? I'm quite new in the OS and I'm not very familiarised with the audio editing and recording software here.
Is reaper, like on windows, the most accessible app? Or are other more comfortable for VO.
What about garageband, for example? I was playing with it a bit, but it don't seems very intuitive. I'm not sure if it really is not or I don't catch how to use it.
I have read about Hindenburg also. A lot of podcasters recommend it. Is it accessible with VO?
Thanks in advance.

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Submitted by Oliver Kennett on Wednesday, November 6, 2019

I use Amadeus pro. There is a podcast out there of someone showing how to use it with VoiceOver. I found it took a little to learn but pretty good after that point.

I don't believe Hindenburg is accessible. I've got a vague memory of trying it but it didn't work.
Another tool I used is Auphonic which is an online tool though they do offer a stand alone app which last I checked, a year or so ago, isn't accessible, though I know they were going to work on accessibility. It's a great clean up too for levels and brining out the spoken voice.

Submitted by Pildain on Thursday, November 7, 2019

Thanks Oliver. I'll search the podcast and try with both apps.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Thursday, November 7, 2019

I use reaper now to create and edit my podcasts. You can also use forecast to add chapter markers for those players that can do it, like to skip adds etc. I dunno how that works though yet but I will try it with some of my newer podcasts.