Essential Podcast Editing

Learn simple strategies to edit your own podcast so that it sounds professional and polished. (No audio production experience necessary.)

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The fluidity and continuity of your course was seamless! You have a knack of simplifying complex issues that place your listeners at ease.

Felicia W


Editing doesn't need to be so technical.

For many new podcasters, editing is the most intimidating new skill. But with just a few simple strategies, I truly believe that anyone can edit their own podcast.

And in this new course, I’m excited to teach you how to DIY your own editing and still sound polished and professional.

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You don't need expensive tools or an engineering degree.

In this self-paced course, you’ll learn how record, import, and clean audio, plus tips to remove filler words, restarts, and essential podcast editing strategies.

Course Overview

This course works for brand new or established podcasters. Right now, the content is in beta mode, which means that there’s new content being added regularly based on student requests. (It also means the price is lower; booyah.)

part 1

Recording Overview

part 2

Essential Editing Tips

part 3

Advanced Strategies


“It made me feel empowered that this is just more than a thought but could be a reality.”

- Dystany M

“I appreciate the concise information provided in a way that’s simple enough to grasp for newcomers like me.”

- Mia H


Hey! I'm Melissa 👋🏾

It’s nice to meet you. I’m the founder of Wit & Wire, and over the last two years, my podcasts have reached thousands of listeners and hit six-figure downloads (listens), including Wit & Wire (my podcast for podcasters) and Everything is Teachable. I also reached the #2 Career Podcast in America for Everything is Teachable.

On top of that, my clients’ and students’ podcasts have been downloaded over 3 million times, so I’ve had experience serving podcasters of all niches and sizes.  

It’s my passion for teaching that brought me to start a podcast in the first place, and I founded Wit & Wire to help more passionate, diverse creators like you expand their impact and income through podcasting.

Why you should trust me:

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Join Essential Podcast Editing

Learn simple strategies to edit your own podcast using Hindenburg from start to finish.

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I’m really proud of the high-quality programs we produce here at Wit & Wire, and it’s important to me that you feel confident and excited about joining this program.

That’s why we offer a full 14 days to explore this program completely risk-free. If you still aren’t satisfied, email us within 14 days of your enrollment and we’ll refund your purchase.


This course uses a tool called Hindenburg to edit your podcast. They offer a 30-day trial, so you aren’t obligated to make a purchase while you’re a student. However, if you enjoy using Hindenburg, it’s a one-time $90 purchase. (As a comparison, this is much cheaper than programs like Adobe Audition, which are monthly recurring fees.)

Within the course, you can submit support tickets anytime. I’ll do my best to respond within 2 business days (usually sooner). 

You’ll have lifetime access to this course, including any future updates made to the curriculum. So there’s no rush to work through it quickly; you can take your time and come back to the material as needed.

Yes, we do. If you are unsatisfied with this program, email us within 14 days of your purchase and we will issue you a refund.

Still have questions? Email us at and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

Join Essential Podcast Editing today!

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