My favorite podcasting software remains Audacity (free for Windows, Macintosh and Linux users) but I plan to give SoundTrackPro a try in 2006 as well (it is Mac-only). I also love Garageband, but have found it better suited for creating introductory and transition music pieces for podcasts rather than producing entire podcast shows. I also like QuickTime Pro, but since it does not permit direct export to MP3 I have stuck with Audacity, which does.
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