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We are excited to announce Captivate as the newest addition to our External Services!
Captivate is a U.K.-based podcast hosting service provider, helping content creators with monetization, analytics and promotion to grow their audience. You can find more information on Captivate’s features and pricing here.

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From now on, you can automatically export your ...

We are pleased to announce our new External Service integration with PodBean!
PodBean is a U.S.-based podcast service provider that enables users without any technical knowledge to start podcasting in a blog-like environment.

Auphonic now fully supports exporting your Productions to PodBean in either MP3 or AAC format. Additionally, the title, summary and ...

We are happy to announce that LetsCast.fm is now fully connected to Auphonic!
You can export processed audio files from Auphonic automatically or import your recent productions directly in LetsCast.fm.

About LetsCast.fm

LetsCast.fm is a popular podcasting hosting company based in Germany.
Besides an Auphonic integration, the service offers unlimited podcasts and episodes in ...

You run a podcast hosting service (or similar) and want to integrate it as publishing target within Auphonic? That's now possible using the Auphonic API.

Publishing / External Services section of a Production: integrate your service as an additional target.
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You can now connect your custom service or app (podcast hosting ...

We are pleased to announce the integration of Microsoft's cloud service OneDrive as External Service for incoming and outgoing file transfers to/from Auphonic.
OneDrive is tightly integrated with the Microsoft Office 365 productivity suite and offers 5 GB of free storage in its Basic plan, with multiple paid plans for more storage and features ...

Did you ever experience a sudden drop in volume when converting your audio from stereo to mono? Chances are this has happened to you, as mono incompatibility is a common issue with stereo recordings. Auphonic now detects and fixes this for you automatically.

Phase correlation screenshot of Stereo Tool ...

Today we are thrilled to introduce revised parameters for the Adaptive Leveler to move our advanced algorithms out of beta.
The leveler can now run in three modes, which allow detailed Leveler Strength control and also the use of Broadcast Parameters (Max. Loudness Range, Max. Short-term Loudness, Max. Momentary Loudness) to limit the amount of ...

Following current standards, loudness normalization is applied regardless of the content of a production. Cinematic content, i.e. productions with a high loudness range, can benefit from dialog loudness normalization.
At Auphonic, we are introducing a classifier for automatic speech loudness normalization, and our processing stats now provide level statistics for dialog and music ...

Zapier is a tool that allows users to connect and automate services without any coding.
So far, if you wanted to start a new Auphonic production or retrieve the results of a finished production, you had to login to the Auphonic website, connect with one of our external services, or know how to code ...

Should I set the loudness target for mono podcasts to -16 LUFS or -19 LUFS?
This seemingly simple question comes up often and is the main topic of this blog post.

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We are also introducing the new loudness normalization parameter Dual Mono and we're announcing the move of our Advanced ...