Acast brings free recording and editing services to its podcasters with Podcastle partnership

Acast brings free recording and editing services to its podcasters with Podcastle partnership


Acast, the world’s leading independent podcast company, is kicking off a new partnership with Podcastle to give its podcasters access to best-in-class recording and editing software for the first time.

Podcastle is an all-in-one solution for podcast production, with all the tools creators need to record and edit their show in studio-grade quality. Acast podcasters can now get free access right from their web browser, simply by clicking through from the ‘episode creation’ page of their Acast dashboard.

Jenny Abonde, Product Manager at Acast, said: “This is the first time we’ve ever offered  an audio recording and editing option to our podcasters, so we needed a partner that would deliver a reliable, world-class service. Thanks to our partnership with Podcastle, every Acast creator now has access to studio-quality software, completely free of charge.”

Arto Yeritsyan, CEO & Founder of Podcastle, said: “We’re enabling a seamless all-in-one solution for podcasters with this partnership. Combining Podcastle’s powerful suite of intuitive recording and editing tools with Acast’s vast distribution and monetization platform, podcasters now truly have a one-stop shop for their broadcast storytelling needs.” 

The initial phase of the partnership gives Acast podcasters access to the following Podcastle features:

  • Multi-track recording: Record remote interviews in studio quality with local recordings of each track, up to 4K video and lossless WAV audio for every participant – no fancy equipment required. Podcastle’s web-based platform lets you download the entire uncompressed file moments after the recording is finished.
  • Unlimited editing and mixing: Easy-to-use tools like auto leveling, trimming, fade in and out, and a library of license-free music and sounds, make editing a breeze.
  • Advanced audio processing: Professional sound engineering is just a click away with ‘Magic Dust’, which automatically enhances content to give it that professional studio touch, along with AI-powered echo and noise cancellation, and silence removal.

Once a podcaster has perfected their recording, they can seamlessly upload it to Acast for instant distribution to listeners worldwide. For more information, head to

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