Adobe Audition Course
First of all, I want to say that Adobe Audition is and probably always will be my favorite piece of podcasting software that I use on my computer. This tutorial was created with those who have beginner to intermediate levels of audio editing. However, this tutorial will also be helpful to those who are simply transitioning from another audio editing software (Garageband, Audacity, etc.) solution to Audition.
This is the program I use to do all my audio editing. There are a few features that this software has that is found in no other alternative software. Also, there is a certain “process” that you can run on your audio files that turns your recordings into something that sounds like they come from the best of radio broadcasting stations. In this video training product, I walk you through EVERYTHING you would need to know as a podcaster and even share my personal settings of the “Multi-Band Compressor” built in to Adobe Audition, and walk you through proper leveling, hard limiting, equalization, compression, and more. This sounds a bit complicated, but remember these are all just fancy words covering up simple things.
This course will take what appears to be a very intimidating software and make it as easy to use as a toy!
Email List Building Course
One of the biggest mistakes I made when starting Jay Doherty Enterprises was NOT starting my email list at the same time. Since then, I’ve learned my lesson and have always started new businesses with an email list in mind. I’m many cases, I’ve built a list FIRST, even before launching a website! I look forward to helping you get started on the right foot during this three day, totally automated, informative course.
This course is 100% automated in that when you sign up, you will receive an email with instructions on building your mailing list. This email will act as day one of the course. Then, day two comes where you’ll be presented with even more tips, tools, and instructions on how to build your mailing list. And, finally, day three where you’ll (hopefully) have one hundred email subscribers.