Alitu is very simple to use and you will likely establish a workflow that's perfect for you once you've worked with it a bit. This is just a starting point for thinking about putting your podcast episode together. Let's think about creating your episode in terms of the flow of the podcast timeline.
Here is a full overview of the process:
This is where you’ll see all your episodes and their status. From here, you can also choose to playback, edit or publish your episode.
You can add music anywhere in your episode, but many podcasters will add intro music at the beginning of their episode.
The Episode File(s)
This is where you will upload your episode audio into Alitu. If you have more than one file you can merge them when you upload as long as they are the exact same length. When you upload your audio, Alitu processes it for optimum sound and adds the newly-polished audio to your episode editor and library.
Editing the Main Episode
In the Episode Builder correct any mistakes, take out portions you don't want and edit your podcast with the easy-to-use tools.
You can easily add outro music to the end of your podcast episode.
Publishing the Episode
Publishing the episode creates a file that is ready to be shared with your audience. If you listen to the 'final' version and want to make any changes you can go back and edit again, then re-process the episode.
You can easily merge two files (they must be the exact same length) when you're uploading them to Alitu. This is ideal if you use something like Zoom to record your podcast interviews and you end up with 2 files, 1 for each voice.
This is handy if you want to split a recording and add ads and fx in. It's also helpful if you want to edit out and cover a mistake.
You can record online interviews with up to 5 guests right inside Alitu.
The Music Editor is the best place to add background music to your voice clips.
The Library is where all your files are added after upload or recording. You can playback or delete your files here.
Alitu hosting is where you can update your podcast settings, grab your RSS feed and submit your podcast to directories.
For best experience, We strongly recommend using the Google Chrome browser.
Please reach out using the chat box at the bottom of this page if you have any questions about using Alitu. We're happy to help!