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  1. An excellent app for MacBook Pro, Audacity is a free, open-source audio editing software that helps you make your recordings, remove digital noise, chop, combine & mix clips. You can rely on the audio editor to apply special effects, alter frequencies with Equalization, Bass & Treble.
  2. The fundamental of the app is such a phenomenal idea. One place to record your podcast that covers distribution. I’ll admit I’ve been on the edge of starting a podcast for some time now, and hearing Gary Vee talk about this app is what inspired the download and the start of my podcast. However, and this is a massive however.

The new episodes are not downloaded directly onto my macbook hard drive. I can see how that's useful for techno-advanced folk with multiple devices, but I only use my macbook pro and an iPod classic. If I sync iTunes with my iPod, none of the 'downloads' that remain in the cloud will transfer to the iPod classic.

Apple Podcasts User Guide

Podcasts are free audio shows that you can stream and play on your Mac. You can listen to individual episodes, or you can subscribe to a show so that new episodes are automatically downloaded to your library as they become available.

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Your podcast subscriptions, stations, and current play position sync to the Podcasts app on all your devices when you sign in with the same Apple ID. See Listen to podcasts on all your devices.

  1. In the Podcasts app on your Mac, click Listen Now (or any item) in the sidebar.

  2. Hold the pointer over the show or episode you want to play, then click the Play button .

    When the episode plays, you see the playback controls at the top of the Podcasts window.

  3. Do any of the following with the playback controls:

    • Play or pause: Click the center Play button or Pause button (or use the playback controls in the Touch Bar).

      You can also press the Space bar to play, pause, and resume playing a show.

    • Skip backward or forward: Click the Skip Back button to go back (in 15-second increments) and the Skip Forward button to skip ahead (in 30-second increments) in the episode (or use the playback controls in the Touch Bar).

      Tip: You can customize the amount of time an episode goes back or skips ahead. See Change Playback preferences.

    • Rewind or fast-forward: Click a point on the progress bar to skip directly to that location, or drag the progress handle left to rewind or right to fast-forward (or use the playback controls in the Touch Bar).

    • Change the playback speed: Choose Controls > Playback Speed, then choose a speed.

    • Adjust volume: Drag the volume slider right or left to increase or decrease the volume (or use the playback controls in the Touch Bar).

    • Choose speakers: Click the AirPlay button to choose which speakers you want to use.

    • Manage the episode (for example, copy the link, share the episode, or go to the Show page): Hold the pointer over the episode playing, click the More button , then choose an option.

    • Read the episode description: Click the Episode Notes button .

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Ask Siri. Say something like:

  • “Skip ahead 3 minutes”

  • “Continue playing the last podcast”

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Learn how to ask Siri.

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To control other aspects of playback, including whether to continue playing the next episode or what action is taken when you use headphone controls, see Change Playback preferences.

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You can easily see which episode is playing and even what’s next in the queue in Notification Center. Add the Up Next Podcasts widget for a quick way to resume playing. See Use Notification Center on Mac.

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See alsoSearch for podcasts on MacUse the Playing Next queue in Podcasts on MacApple Support article: Listen with Apple PodcastsApple Support article: Apple Podcasts & Privacy