Sound Workflow: How to organize large audio projects

1:00pm - 4:00pm EST
Online Workshop
Registration Closed

So you’re ready to tackle a longform, multi-part podcast or radio series. But how do you organize all your research, gather and organize ambi, effects, music, archival audio and hours (and hours!) of interviews? How do you plan a calendar for the project, taking into account multiple time zones and potential delays, so you can deliver on time? Award-winning audio producer Andrew Parsons shares his tips on organizing large troves of audio for multi-episode podcasts, mapping out your calendars, and using script and naming convention templates to make sure your team stays on the same page.

Bonus: registration comes with a free, three-month license for Hindenburg audio editing software!

About Your Instructor

Andrew Parsons

Andrew Parsons is an award winning audio producer and the executive producer of the podcast company, Prologue Projects. He co-created and produced the first two seasons of the Slate podcast Slow Burn and was the senior producer of the history show BackStory. His work has been featured on Marketplace, The World, Studio 360 and Snap Judgment, among other outlets. Andrew has taught at his alma mater the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and served on the Google/PRX podcast creator advisory committee.

Notes on this Class

Refund and recording policy: Classes will not be recorded and are non-refundable. We are not able to issue a refund if you cancel or do not attend a class. If you are unable to make a class, you are welcome to sell or give away your ticket and email the name of the new attendee to You will receive a Zoom link for the workshop the day before it begins.