I've kinda asked this before but didn't quite ask it right. I've started a D&D actual play podcast (NERD!) ... and have managed to put a few episodes together by taking the mp3 of the session, and trimming the end and start to fit with the play. What I need now is a way of removing those silences where I'm looking something up or, more important, editing out any unsuitable dialogue from my players ... Obviously, I'm virtuous to a fault, it's all them.
Itunes is very clunky to edit down the file anyway as have to go to the track, get info, go to options, change start time, test it, redo until satisfied and then make an mp3 version with those stop and start times in place.
What I need is something faster, easier to access, where I can grab chunks of good audio and then put it back together.
I'm using an application called join together where I add audio files in order, opening jingle, intro etc and it turns it into one track.
What do you suggest? What do you podcasters at AppleVis use to make podcasts for here? How do you grab sound bites?
I'm sorry if this is a bit of a wide question but think a lot of other would be blind apple users would get into podcasting if we had more of a clue ... Maybe a tutorial?
All the best