You've moved beyond the basics and are ready to tackle more complex projects. How do you organize ambi, effects, music, archival audio and hours (and hours!) of interviews?
Award winning audio producer Andrew Parsons shares his tips on organizing large troves of audio for multi-episode podcasts and how to work your tape into efficient outlines and scripts.
Andrew is the executive producer of Prologue Projects and serves as EP on a number of podcasts including Fiasco, the forthcoming podcast The Edge, and The Trevor Noah Podcast.
He got his start in audio production while working as a New York City teacher in 2007, reporting and producing an audio documentary about special education in the charter school system. Since then, his work has been featured on Marketplace, Studio 360 and Snap Judgment, among other outlets. He's been the senior producer at the history podcast BackStory and co-created and produced the first two seasons of the Slate podcast Slow Burn. He's lectured and taught at his alma mater the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and serves on the Google/PRX podcast creator advisory committee.