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How to Use Alitu
These articles cover all the extra features in Alitu that make creating your episodes faster and easier.
How to Record a Call with Alitu
This tutorial shows how to use Alitu's call recorder feature to create co-hosted or interview podcast episodes. You can create your audio, have it processed to sound awesome and edit your episode in one platform. The Call Recorder is available with all Alitu accounts. Setting up your call To start, click on the 'Record Call' icon in your left navigation bar: You
What is the Waveform Setting & How Does it Affect Editing?
The waveform setting lets you change how the audio wave appears in the podcast editor. The pro waveform shows a little more detail, while the simple waveform just makes things a little... simpler 😊 Your Pro Waveform looks like this - very much like a traditional audio editor: Your Simple Waveform looks like this - a more simple and modern style: !(https://storage.crisp.ch
How do I delete an episode?
You can click the 'x' to the right of any episode in your Episode Listing that you'd like to delete. Click the button to confirm that you want to delete this episode and it will be removed. Please reach out using the 'chat with us' or 'send us an email' boxes at the bottom of this page if you have any questions about using Alitu. We're happy to help!
How Can I Add Branding to My Podcast?
Branding, for most podcasts, means theme music. That can be just a bit of music you play at the start and the end of your show, or it could be a professionally produced segment, tailored to the start and end, with a voiceover, music and effects. Either way, upload your branding music to Alitu and we can add your intro and outro themes automatically, every time. Here's a quick article on using a default intro/outro: [How to Set a Default Intro/Outro](/en/article/how-to-set-a-default-i
How to Record Audio Directly into your Alitu Library
If you want to create a quick voice clip, you can record directly into the Alitu library and use that voice clip in your intros, promos, etc. To get started, click on Library: Then click on 'Add new audio file': In the next window click 'Record': !
How to Use the Music Editor
This tutorial shows how to add background music to an audio clip which you can easily use for your podcast intro and/or outro. You just need to upload the music clip and the voiceover file and Alitu handles the trimming, overlaying and fading the music in and out. The Music Clip Maker is available with all Alitu accounts. To start, click on the 'Music Editor' icon in your dashboard: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/f31bc870bd2e2000/music-ed
How to set a Default Intro/Outro
If you have created an intro and outro that you really like and you want to save time in your workflow by using them every time, you can with Alitu. Click on the gear in the left navigation to access your 'Settings': Then in your settings click 'Change' to set your preferred intro and/or outro: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/f31bc870bd2e2000/change-music_8ypqoe.jpg
How to Use the Fade Feature
Alitu allows you to fade music in and out of your voice clips for a smoother transition between the segments. In summary: Set how long your two clips overlap using the time selector. This is how long the clips will play together, during the transition. Use Fade Out to gradually fade out the 1st clip over the full length of the overlap. Use Fade In to gradually fade in the 2nd clip over the full length of the overlap. **As a guide: Use Fade In/Out on music
How to use the Split Recording feature
This feature comes in handy if you have a 20-minute podcast episode and you want to split it into two (2) 10-minute sections and add a promo or sound effect in between each section. Note: If you want to split your audio track, please split it before making any edits. When you split the file you will lose any edits you've made up until that point. Inside your episode builder, click to edit the audio file you want to split: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/
How to Merge Recordings
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. Create your new podcast episode then on the Upload Screen, click the plus sign to select the 2 files you want to merge from your computer or just drag and drop them into the box: !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website
Using the File Library
Here's how to use the Alitu file library. What is in the File Library? In the Alitu file library, you can see every audio file that you've uploaded to your account, from music, to recordings to adverts. You can rename the files, download them or mark them as your default music. From the Alitu Library screen you can: Preview any of the files See the
How Does the Music Library Work?
Alitu provides a free music library that you can use when creating your podcast episodes in Alitu. Right now there are 40+ free tracks you can use, each with multiple time lengths. You can use these for intro or outro music as well as transitional music between audio clips. The provided music is royalty-free and can be used in any of your podcast episodes as long as you're a subscriber. To view the music library, 1) click the 'Library' icon in the left navigation (it looks like a 2
How to Create a Voiced Podcast Theme Tune in Just a Few Minutes
Here's how to create a voiced podcast theme tune in just a few minutes:
How to Use Your Microphone to Record in Alitu
If you want to record on Alitu using your browser, you will probably need to grant permission for your browser to do this. The first time you try to record in Alitu you will probably see a pop-up that looks similar to this: Be sure to click 'Allow' so that your browser (Firefox in this example) has permission to use your microphone when you record audio in Alitu. Th