Overview: Record and Edit Your Podcast on Riverside

Create a podcast episode with remote participants in a few easy steps on Riverside. After, use Riviside's Editor to customize and export the recording or download everyone's high quality tracks and use your preferred software.

NOTE: Podcast Hosting and Distribution
If you don't already have podcast hosting set up, you can use Riverside's integration with Spotify to publish video or the integration with Transistor to publish audio. Learn more.

First, Record Your Content

Gather your participants in the Riverside Studio to record a podcast episode.

  1. Create a New Studio
  2. Invite People with Studio Invite Link
  3. Join Studio as a Host
  4. Accept Guests Waiting in the Lobby
  5. Adjust Microphone Input Sensitivity Before Recording
  6. Start and Stop Recording
  7. Confirm that Participants' Tracks are Uploading
NOTE:
Each time you start and stop the recording, Riverside creates a new 'take' with the participants' synchronized files. If you plan to use one continuous 'take' as the episode, let the Studio record the whole time without clicking Stop. If you plan to edit offline, you may want to start and stop  recording multiple times during the session.

Then, Combine High Quality Tracks and Edit on Riverside

Use Riverside's Editor to combine your participants' tracks and customize the recording.

  1. Open a Recording with the Editor
  2. Trim a Clip in the Editor's Timeline
  3. Export a Combined Recording or Clip
  4. Download a Combined Recording or Clip
    Content distribution options include:

Or, Download Participants' High Quality Tracks and Edit Elsewhere

TIP:
Create a link with a Studio's Recordings to send the content to collaborators. They can preview the session, download the separate high quality tracks, or download any clips that you edited and exported.

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