In the past, talk shows were something you could only find on TV or the radio. People may have wanted to have their own show, but with the stations running them, it would be nearly impossible to achieve such a dream.
Nowadays, however, that has become much easier, thanks to the internet. People need little more than a YouTube channel and some devices to help them record in order to make it happen. And in order to succeed they would need the help of a powerful editing program, such as Descript.
It is an application that helps you create podcasts from scratch. With it, you can write text, transcribe words from an audio file, record audio content, and edit your material.
If you already have pre-recorded content that you wish to use, it is perfectly fine. You just need to insert the file into your project, and you will be able to manipulate it in a multitude of ways.
For example, the audio that it transcribes will appear as text in your project. If you change your mind about a certain portion of it and want to have it removed, you do not need to record the file all over again. You can simply delete the segment of the text you want out and the player will automatically remove that portion of audio content.
A lot of features are good, but having to click all over the place in order to use them can be a little difficult. You do not need to worry about this, however, as the program has over 20 keyboard shortcuts that can greatly assist you in your work.
While it can be, it has a downside as well. From what I've seen so far, it is difficult to use. The commands are a bit clunky, and you need to click in very exact spots for some of them to work.
All in all, I would say if you make the effort to learn how to use it, Descript will be a great help for your projects.