To edit your audio file, you can use the Hubhopper Studio Editor, which is a free audio editor tool provided by Hubhopper. Here are some useful tools:
Split Tool: The split tool allows you to cut your audio file into multiple sections. You can use this to isolate sections that you want to delete or duplicate. This tool is very important for selecting specific parts that you wish to work on or edit out.
Move Tool: This tool allows you to move sections of your audio file to the left, right, or to a new layer. This becomes important when you wish to stitch different parts of audio together in series. One such use case would be to play the intro music first before starting with your podcast. You just have to simply move your audio file to the right to the same extent as the length of your intro jingle (away from where the timeline begins) and simply add the music in there.
Another important tool is the volume adjustment tool. This tool is used to control the volume of your audio file. You can simply make points and pinch down the volume of a specific part in your audio file.
Once you’re done, you can click on ‘Download .mp3’ and then upload the file on Hubhopper Studio.
To understand editing better, you can check out this tutorial on the Hubhopper Studio Editor: