The Adobe Audition Podcast hosted by Mike Russell from Music Radio Creative. Honouring 25 years of Adobe Audition! In this series of 25 episodes Mike will interview Adobe Audition power users. We’ll reminisce back to the Cool Edit Pro days through to the introduction of multitrack editing and bring you right up to date with Adobe Audition CC and features like the Essential Sound Panel. This is the Adobe Audition podcast by Adobe Audition users for Adobe Audition users!
Adobe Audition Podcast: Season One Finale
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Naomi Mercer McKell: Facebook Name Pronunciation, Marathon Voice Recordings, and Savvy Audio Software
Naomi Mercer McKell has been a voiceover actor since 2004. She started her career in Los Angeles and has lent her voice to numerous projects such as the voice of Facebook’s name pronunciation feature, Mass Effect 2, and her recent favorite, Emara. She’s now living in Seattle with her husband and new baby boy.
Macha Gruber: Professional Demo Producer, Voiceover Talent, and Radio Imaging Producer
Macha Gruber is a professional demo producer, voiceover talent, and radio imaging producer. She generally slays all things audio out of Atlanta, Georgia. She spent around ten years in audio advertising, tackling a range of things such as writing, voicing, sound designing, and making creative commercials. She has been imaging for top ten market radio and she’s dedicated to making others shine by creating expertly produced voiceover demos and lending her voice to many fun projects.
Philip Chryssikos: Audio Cassette Tapes, News Bulletins, and Letting Audio Breathe
Philip Chryssikos is a highly regarded and award-winning multimedia journalist, content editor, and music presenter. Aside from his 25 years of experience in BBC commercial radio and online outlets, his voice has been on many different commercials and promos for companies such as Citizen watches, Tesla Motors, BMW, Nokia, and many more. He has been a news anchor on many UK radio stations, including LBC, Classic FM, Smooth Radio, Heart Radio, Gold Radio, and Capitol FM in London.
Suzanne Wynn: Discovering Radio, Being a Female Audio Producer, and Starting a VO Journey
Suzanne Wynn is an award-winning radio talent and audio producer living in Alabama. She started her career in radio 12 years ago and has been a full-on Adobe Audition user since. While working in radio, Suzanne discovered that she loves using her voice to convey emotions – not with words but with how she says them. She has since ventured on her VO journey and continue to use Adobe Audition in her projects.
David Johnston: Cool Edit Pro, Machine Learning, and Future Audio Technologies
David Johnston is a Principal Software Design Engineer with the Audio and Acoustics Research Group in Microsoft Research Labs, which he joined in 2011. He received his B.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Washington in 1992. In 1995 Mr. Johnston co-founded Syntrillium Software and developed the multitrack studio audio editor Cool Edit Pro, a stereo audio editor for Windows. He sold the company to Adobe Systems in 2003 and continued working on what became Adobe Audition until 2010. David’s current work includes spatial audio for HoloLens and Windows.
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Excellent podcast. This has helped me so much so far in my podcasting. Now I just need some better equipment. Keep it up!
I have learned a lot of new things listening to Mike's podcasts. I am a musician of many years so I understand digital audio, recording, and computers very well. Admittedly I am not an expert in all things related to Podcasting and audio so this has been an excellent resource for me personally.