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This forum is the place to discuss all things concerning podcasting. As far as audio loudness, we follow the recommended standards from the Audio Engineering Society, (AES).
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It seems as if Apple now wants to get into the loudness specs as well as the recording format of your Podcast. Some of it I agree with and some I do not. 44.1 is still the best way to go in my opinion and it seems as if they also want to phase out the mp3 format as well. Everyone knew this day was coming and now it is knocking on the door. I just hope they do not try and make their suggestive advice mandatory. They offer the following advice here.
Mixing & Mastering is Simple WHEN Your Recording Is Within The Specs! RECORD PROPERLY & MASTER LIGHTLY My Gear
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