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6 Ways AI is Solving Your Podcast Production Problems
6 Ways AI is Solving Your Podcast Production Problems
Check out the 6 ways AI is making podcast productions a lot easier for podcast studio producers and individual podcasters.
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Written by Aditya Pareek
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Podcasting has been popular for quite some time, but there still seem to be a legion of new processes and strategies appearing as the industry grows. Sure, conventional podcasting will continue to be used by plenty of people.

Still, many want to experiment with some new processes and record live single narrative shows that rival radio or talk shows because they can see first-hand how most of it is edited into small bite-sized chunks!

This entire piece is about solving some of the most pressing podcast production problems and ways to stand out amongst other competitors.

6 Ways AI is Solving Podcast Production Problems:

Podcast production is often a labor of love for podcasters. This can be frustrating for those looking for professional results, especially those who want to concentrate on their content. This blog will provide some unconventional ideas for solving podcast production problems.

1. Scalability 10X:

Getting podcasts to grow is difficult. If only advances in technology made it easier! They do. Podcasting hardware and software are constantly improving, allowing broadcasters to suggest new episodes and make them accessible for download easily.

One way to tackle the issue of growth is to increase your market share by launching new podcasts. Larger media companies like Vox Media, Candle Media, and more are expanding their podcast presence by making key acquisitions of new show houses and titles. But launching more titles requires a lot of resources and time, which has to be managed efficiently by top management.

In just 2 hours, you can create more than 20 shows each of 2 hours simultaneously without having to worry about the quality of the podcasts. Deepsync's AI voice generator tool helps you scale at unfathomable heights in a limited amount of time and resources.

2. Reducing Human Dependency:

When starting your podcast and building your audience, choosing a voice-over artist is a key decision you need to make. It should be someone who has more experience and is more competent in voice-over art.

If you do not know the voice-over artist you are hiring and have to rely on them for your podcast to grow, you might hit a few speed bumps.

Along with voice artists, many people like sound engineers and editors need to be hired to produce podcasts. Hiring quality professionals like this may take a while because they aren't exactly struggling artists, and they aren't desperate for work, either.

It doesn't help that these specialists are rarely located where you're based and traveling across state lines can be tricky because of visa restrictions or otherwise.

One great way to get rid of these dependencies, which consume podcast producers’ time and money, is to use AI tools that can replace human intelligence up to a significant level.

Deepsync AI voice tool is meant to bypass all these complexities that arise from dependent work by providing you with a single interface that can do all these tasks.

You can clone & create single narrative podcasts, let AI edit them to bring in the best quality, and directly share them to your associated channels for faster availability.

3. Physical Set-up as a Barrier:

The biggest barrier to entry in podcasting is the studio setup. There are so many things one can spend their money on, and yet another big list of things that could end up costing you way too much money to set up a podcast studio (and have you seen how long it takes to pick just one microphone?) "If only I could go back in time."

I remember saying those exact words to myself when I was a young podcaster. You might be wondering why the heck am I talking about megaphones right now?

Some of the devices required to create podcasts are microphones, computers, audio interfaces, mixers, windscreens, headphones, and amplifiers that can cross the $10000 mark. Even for a freelance producer, the budget can be stretched up to $3000, which is a considerable fixed cost for individuals.

Even if you get hold of the best podcasting equipment, it’s no child’s play to maintain these frugal electronic items for a long time in your podcasting studio. Chances are before your next tea party, any one of your microphones would have some issues awaiting your generous presence.

One way of getting rid of the complexities that arise from the physical setup is to replace them with a better alternative. Current technologies allow you to clone and create podcasts in your voice, without even a microphone. It's all possible with Deepsync AI which helps you develop your podcasts right from a single dashboard without recording the audio files in a physical set-up.

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4. Timely Feedback Loops:

As a podcaster, you often hear this overused phrase: "Ask your audience what their biggest problems are and then use their answers to create products and services they'll love" – this is something that is so frequently repeated.

But it's true! Since most podcasts offer exciting content (and not just ones on business or marketing), there's always something of value to be gained from hearing how your listeners solve the challenges they experience in life at work and elsewhere.

This doesn't necessarily mean you need to ask them this directly in a conventional survey or through endless emails – instead, try paying closer attention to what people seem drawn to when they give you feedback on certain topics related specifically when it comes down to maximizing your podcast's potential!

One simple way that Deepsync AI solves this problem is to analyze the podcast trends and numbers, which you can easily check on your dashboard. It gives you insight in real-time about how the audience is interacting with your podcasts and which podcasts are not performing well. The continuous feedback loop helps you make changes quickly without wasting the reach potential of your podcast.

5. Edit like a Pro!

Before the AI revolution, it was a tedious task to edit your audio files. You need to cut the unnecessary portions of your audio, apply some effect and then sync it with your video. The process is time-consuming, but nowadays, you can easily use podcast editing software like Deepsync to get your job done. These software tools are extremely user-friendly and also cost-efficient as well.

6. Consistency using AI:

Automation saves time, helps in creating consistency, and makes podcast editing and publishing extremely easy. For example, when you record an interview, the software will automatically split the recording into individual clips and save these clips as separate files. This helps in the later stages of editing.

For example, it becomes extremely easy to do so when editing out a few questions. The software gives you the freedom to organize and layout the recording in whichever way you want. Depending on your requirements, you can either create a single audio file or multiple files.

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Podcasting is like having a baby, except you have to stay home all day, don't get a salary, you can't feed or bathe them, and if the whole thing is done right, everyone will think it's yours!

These days, if you want to stand out in the podcasting market, you have to put in a lot of hard work and know everything about your niche. Otherwise, if you do not like to work on those side complexities that arise during podcasting or lack time to do so, you can turn to Deepsync AI voice cloning technology.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What do you think of using your voice for all the characters in the podcast?

If you plan to keep the podcast only for fun or a side project, you can use your voice for the characters. If you want to make the podcast a full-time job or monetize it in any way, we would suggest going for different voices.

With Deepsync AI voice cloning capabilities, it's now easier than ever to create the cloned voice of your favorite character in real-time, giving you the chance to use different voices in your podcasts.

2. Can podcasts be produced faster than any other type of content (blog post, video, article) without sacrificing the quality?

Podcasting is the easiest way to win the war of audience attention. Yes, it can be produced faster than any other type of content. In fact, with Deepsync AI, you can produce professional-sounding podcasts in real-time, which means a 5 minutes podcast would take around 5 minutes to be created, which can be automatically shared to your channels using the Deepsync dashboard.

3. Can we use podcasts as introductory content to a longer video/audio production?

Podcasting is a low-cost publishing media. The beauty of a podcast is that it's easily distributable so long as it's within the parameters of the iTunes store/ other publishing channels. Most people who listen to podcasts on their iPhone or iPad will find it easier to navigate around if the podcast has only one episode.

But if the content is worthy, the one-and-done approach will cause the listener to binge on the content but continue to subscribe for updates. In other words, give them a reason to subscribe, and then give them a reason to keep subscribing.

The same strategy works for all media—it just varies in how you deliver the content and how in-depth the content is.

4. What are some unconventional ways to improve podcasts?

  • Experiment with different lengths: 12, 13, and 14-minute episodes - which duration works best and reaches the highest engagement with listeners?

  • Rotate the topics for different episodes. For example, keep the 3 key points in one episode; say something on a different topic in the next episode. You can do this with a single key point or two.

  • Enhance Your Brand - Your Brand is Your Everything. Include your name, website, podcast's name on the episode description, and show notes. You want to want you and your podcast to stand out.

  • Include your voice in the introduction of your podcast and add your voice regularly as the host of the show. Use Deepsync to create faster podcasts using your voice.

  • Include a call to action in the show notes and the podcast; tell your audience what you have to say if you have more to say.

5. How is my voice secured when using Deepsync?

We follow a privacy-first approach as we understand the importance of the security of your voice. Before cloning your voice, we always ask for the user’s consent. We make sure the sample data is stored securely with no third-party access or another account access.

Our dashboard also supports 2-factor authentication to secure your projects using the highest security standards.

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