Odd Dad Out Voice Productions

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Podcasting Is Hard
Sometimes you need help

I get it. Podcasting is  a thousand times harder than you thought it would be. Trust me, I know. I’ve been podcasting for nearly 4 years and it’s still hard.

Podcasting is a lot of work

When you listen to a podcast, all you hear is the voice of the host and maybe some music. It can’t be that hard to do, right? Then you buy a microphone recommended by a blog post from 2012 and plug it in to your laptop and find out that you don’t sound anything like Joe Rogan. On top of that, you HATE the sound of your own voice. Then you spend hours upon hours trying to figure out how to get rid of that echo, and what the heck is that buzzing noise?
Suddenly you realize that it is not at all as easy as it sounds.
There is a lot of work that goes in to every episode of even the most free form podcast.
Between time spent researching topics, recording, and editing, podcasting is a full time job. And that’s not even counting promotion…

Why Hire an Editor?

The simple answer is, so you don’t have to do it yourself.

The more complicated answer: Because it allows you to focus on the quality of your content instead of how good that content sounds. You already have enough work to do creating your podcast without having to spend 3-5- maybe even 10 hours getting rid of background noise and editing out all of the flubs and crutch words.

Why Hire me?

In short, because I want to work WITH you to make YOUR show the best that we can, together.

The long version: I know what it’s like. I’m a podcaster too.
It has taken me several years to learn how to find my sound.
In that time I’ve also developed a desire to help other podcasters improve theirs.
There’s nothing worse than a show with great content but unlistenable audio.
I love working with other podcasters to make their shows sound the best that they can.