[[ next online program starts April 4. Details below ]]
Want to Be a Professional Podcast Engineer/Producer?
Your shows will sound great. You’ll be a respected professional with rare, in-demand expertise. The podcast industry is expanding rapidly and there is a great need for capable, professional engineers/producers.
How Much You Can Earn as a Podcast Engineer/Producer?
Running your own business: Plenty of folks are already charging clients up to $300-700 per episode and earning over 100k per year.
Securing a great job: More and more companies are hiring and they’re having a hard time finding trained professionals that they want to hire.
It’s working for me. I’m Chris Curran, founder of PES. For the past 5 years I’ve been engineering/producing podcasts for companies and authors. When Forbes was looking to hire an engineer/producer last year for their podcast network, I was one of 7 people under consideration. In the end, my professional credentials are what got me the contract even though I was the most expensive option for them! Think about that…
Podcast Engineering School is the only “fast track” available today – there are no YouTube/Udemy shortcuts to being a professional. Besides, how much is your time worth? In 7 weeks you’ll be in the top 1 percent of podcast engineers/producers in the entire world!
Online Program! – April 4th through May 23rd. Two hour classes every Tuesday evening from 7:00-9:00 PM Central Time.
- LIVE Interactive Online Training
- Training, demos and Q&A with Chris Curran
- 7 classes online
- April 4th through May 23rd
- Tuesday evening classes from 7:00-9:00 PM Central Time
- 2 Mentoring Sessions with Chris Curran
- One session pre and one session post
- To make sure you learn exactly what you need to reach your career goals
- $1,000 value
- Major Discounts on Software and Plugins
- Get the best tools available and have an unfair advantage over almost all other podcast engineers
- $1,000 Value or more
Students Will Learn Every Aspect of Podcast Production Including:
- Audio Fundamentals (Electricity, Digital I/O, Fletcher Munson Curve, Phase)
- Hardware (Computers, Audio interfaces, Microphones, Mixers, Outboard gear, Recorders, Tablets, Mobile rigs)
- Studio Configuration (Soundproofing, Hardware configurations)
- Software & Plugins (Multitrack DAWs, Stereo editors, plugins, audio restoration)
- Recording (Signal flow, Gain staging, Recording levels, multiple guests, Overdubbing, Pop filters, shock mounts, boom arms, Working the mic, Pre-recorded elements, on location)
- Connecting Guests (Internet connectivity, soundchecking, Guest audio quality, recording multitrack, multiple remote guests, In-studio Guests/Co-Hosts, fixing bad audio)
- Listening Exercises
- Mixing (Monitors, Checking mixes, EQ, Compression, Expansion/Gating, Specialty Plugins, Noise reduction, Mixing techniques, Leveling different elements, Fixing bad audio, Effects)
- Editing (Techniques, keyboard shortcuts, Naturalness)
- Mastering (Plugins, web services, Loudness standards, Stereo/Mono, Multi-band compression, Limiting)
- Publishing (Platforms to Publish to, Podcast Feeds, Podcast Directories)
- The Business Aspect (Time management, pricing your services, profitability, marketing)
- and more
Your lead instructor, Chris Curran, is an accomplished podcast engineer/producer (Forbes, Dun & Bradstreet) as well as an accomplished music engineer (many album credits). See his full bio and credits here.
Graduates will have audio skills, knowledge and software that are FAR BEYOND anyone else’s and be totally equipped to:
- Produce podcasts at a professional level
- Start or grow a podcast production business
- Secure a job as a podcast engineer/producer