ePodcast Creator records!

ePodcast Creator offers some of the best publishing tools available, including tag and feed creation and HTML and XML file generation. It can record in wav or mp3 format; can convert formats and supports iTunes tags and feeds. In addition, this software can record from almost anything and offers an extensive list of filtering tools.

ePodcast Creator

ePodcast Creator can record from almost any source, including line in, sound card or an aux supply. It can import wma, mp3 and wav files, so it is extremely compatible in terms of audio formats.

“This podcast software has more filters than any other program we reviewed, so if you are looking to clean up some audio or restore an old recording this is the best software for the job. It has notch, pop and click removers and a record cleaner as well as a low pass filter and a noise reducer. Of course it can also trim or add silences.” – From Top Ten Reviews.

ePodcast Creator displays a waveform view and a VU meter and has a equalizer, a mixer and a track splitter. It includes basic effects, like amplify, bass boost, chorus, echo, fades, flange, normalize, pan and reverse.

ePodcast Creator includes the best publishing tools available in podcast software, it has every tool you need to publish your podcasts onto your site, including an ftp program. With this program you can add tags (iTunes and ID3), descriptions and links. It can publish in wma, mp3 and wav format, can generate xml and html files and you can adjust the bitrate. With these abilities you should be able to easily publish, no matter what player or host you use.

by Tom Jeffries, Chief Blazing Officer at Blaze Audio

Tom is a former professional musician who has been running companies that develop audio software for 34 years. He studied with Charlie Schlueter as principal trumpet Minnesota Orchestra for four years. Charlie Schlueter went on to do 25 years as principal trumpet with the Boston Symphony Orchestraā€ˇ. Tom also played principal trumpet for the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and principal trumpet for the San Jose Orchestra.