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Here’s A Sneak Peek of my Podcast Production Process

Here’s A Sneak Peek of my Podcast Production Process

May 30, 20243 min read

Here’s A Sneak Peek of my Podcast Production Process

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of producing a podcast? Today, we peel back the curtain and get into the intricate production process.

Starting at the foundation, we talk about having a booking and client management system to streamline the scheduling process. With tools like High Level, managing booking calendars, intake forms, and automated guest reminders has become an absolute game-changer, ensuring a smooth experience for guests before recording.

When it comes to recording, I trust Riverside FM to deliver excellent audio quality, especially when collaborating with remote guests. The ability to separate audio and video tracks for each guest has proven invaluable during the editing phase, ensuring a seamless final product.

For editing and crafting show notes, Descript is my go-to tool. By leveraging its transcription capabilities, she can seamlessly edit audio while referring to the transcript. This not only streamlines the editing process but also aids in creating engaging show notes and repurposing content across platforms.

When it comes to designing visual content, Canva emerges as a versatile ally, offering an array of templates for artwork, thumbnails, and more. To bring these visuals to life, we turn to CapCut, seamlessly integrating it with Descript for a cohesive content creation workflow.

To keep podcast projects organized and on track, I turn to Trello. With different boards for content planning, guest communication, and episode logistics, Trello serves as a visual hub for managing every aspect of the production process.

Once episodes are edited and polished, we recommend hosting on Libsyn to distribute shows across various platforms. By manually uploading video content to YouTube, we maintain full control over titles and visuals, ensuring a tailored experience for the audience.

For newcomers looking to venture into podcasting, I offer a comprehensive Podcast Launch Kit that covers everything from podcast launching to social media strategies. This kit serves as a one-stop resource for podcast management, social media templates, and growth strategies.

And there you have it! Our complete workflow unveiled, from booking guests to editing visuals and everything in between. If you have any questions or simply want to engage further, head over to our Facebook community. Share this insightful podcast episode with a friend and stay tuned for more exciting content in next week's episode!



In the episode, we get into:

  • 00:30 Booking and Client Management System

  • 01:01 Recording

  • 01:49 Editing and Show notes - Descript

  • 03:03 Visual Content - Capcut, Canva

  • 03:42 Project Management System

  • 04:20 Hosting and Distribution

  • 05:09 Promotion

  • 06:21 Where to begin if you're new - Podcast Launch Kit

About Simona Costantini

Simona Costantini

Simona Costantini is the Founder and CEO of Costantini Productions, a full-service podcast production agency. She is also the Executive Producer and Host of two podcasts: Happiness Happens Podcast and As It Relates to Podcasting. 

She helps women entrepreneurs in the parenting, wellness and marketing spaces bring their personality, brand and passion to the mic by helping them launch, manage and grow their podcasts. 

Simona’s experience spans more than 10 years in marketing, communications, advertising and public relations.  



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