Georg Holzmann – PES 022

Georg Holzmann - founder of Auphonic
Georg Holzmann – founder of Auphonic

Listen to session #22 of The Podcast Engineering Show! Listen and Subscribe in Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Play, iHeart RadioStitcher, TuneIn RadioAndroid, RSS.

My guest is Georg Holzmann, founder of Auphonic. He lives in Austria.

We went deeper than usual into audio processing including:

  • Machine learning
  • Compression
  • Noise reduction
  • Loudness levels
  • Handling multiple voices
  • Crossgating

We spent time going line by line through the fascinating Audio Processing Statistics that Auphonic provides after you process a piece of audio. During the show we discussed the screenshot shown here, which contains these data:

Auphonic "Audio Processing Statistics" Screenshot
Auphonic “Audio Processing Statistics” Screenshot
  • Programme Loudness
  • Max Peak Level
  • Loudness Range (LRA)
  • Max Momentary Loudness
  • Max Shortterm Loudness
  • Leveler Gain mean
  • Leveler Gain min
  • Leveler Gain max
  • SNR mean
  • Background Level mean
  • Signal Level mean

I also asked him about how voices with different EQ appear different in loudness, as well as if there are cases for which I should process the audio a bit first before using Auphonic.

We appreciate you hanging with us, Georg!

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3 thoughts on “Georg Holzmann – PES 022”

      1. Chris,

        I will do that! I will test AudioMaster today on a short interview. I recently purchased extra time on Auphonic for my longer interviews. Today I did an interview with BossJock app and then opened it in AudioMaster. AudioMaster has a “compare” button, so you could hear the difference between the original recording and the mastering file.

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