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  • Writer's pictureNikolay Dobrev

You can’t become the “Joe Rogan” of your industry, without having a loyal Jamie by your side.

The post-production process shouldn’t be underestimated. You need high-quality audio and video assets. Let me show you how.

The first step is to make sure your audio is in good shape.

Optimize your audio clips through various audio editing programs. I use Audacity, but you have alternatives like Adobe Audition, and GarageBand.

Once the volumes are balanced, you can cut any obsolete clip parts, such as silence at the beginning or end. Finally, you may need to clear any distortion from the clip to achieve a clear sound.

Next, you have to edit your video.

This includes choosing a catchy jingle, recording an intro, and presenting your guest in the best light possible. Think of the times when the host of a boxing event announces the fighters. You can hear the anticipation. You can hear the drums rolling. Do the honours of presenting your guest triumphantly.

By taking the time to clear out the details, you're creating a masterpiece that is both professional and engaging.

Next, I'm sharing how to prepare captivating thumbnails and descriptions that drive your traffic through the roof.

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