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Podcasting Tools

If you are recording and editing an audio project (whether it is published as a podcast or not), explore this post for our recommendations on software and hardware available and resources for training and support.

If you are an instructor planning a project, please see our Audio for Projects and Assignments Project in a Box guide.

Software Guides

We recommend Audacity as a free, open source software for audio editing. See our:

On Campus Help and Resources

Loaner Audio Equipment

Audio Equipment such as microphones and tripods are available for checkout.

  • from Technology Services: see what is available and reserve equipment online or email the Help Desk at helpdesk@wooster.edu. Pickup at Morgan Hall 3rd Floor Tech Services Help Desk, M-F 8:30am-5:30pm
  • from the Library: see what is available and borrow from the Andrews Library Circulation Desk

Sound Studio

The Sound Studio in Andrews Library Digital Studio offers a quiet space with three condenser microphones, a mixer, and a computer = reserve spaces through 25 Live


Digital Media Assistants are Educational Technology student employees available for consultations at the Digital Media Bar in Andrews Library. Book an appointment.

Example Files

Download example audio files here to practice using Audacity.

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