Comprehensive plans & reasonable rates that let you do more

Whatever size or stage your podcast is in, we got you covered!


Don't Let Bad Audio Ruin Your Podcast's Growth

From editing to production enhancements, we’ll make sure that your listeners see the difference in your podcast quality. Here are just some of the attributes of a bad quality audio that we can fix for you:

  • Hums, buzzes, hisses
  • Room echoes during recording
  • Mic handling/bumping sounds
  • Foreign sounds (e.g. pets, keyboard clicks, etc.)
  • “Plosives” (consonants that sound explosive when spoken into the mic)
  • Bad audio processing (audio effects that make your audio sound unnatural)

Professional, Quality Editing That Goes Beyond Just Sounding Good

Having a professionally edited audio isn’t just about making you sound good—it’s about providing a quality listening experience that will attract and keep your listeners around. 

It should help you connect and engage with your listeners—not frustrate and push them away…

No contracts. No hidden production fees.

Here at TPG, we pride ourselves with our transparency. Whatever is stated in our pricing is what you’ll pay for. Just choose your desired package and message us to get started.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Contact us and we’ll create a custom plan that’s specific to your needs!

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we get:

How long does it take to edit my podcast?

Here at TPG, we have an average turnaround time of 72 hours per episode. If you also ordered show notes or social media assets, they will be delivered within 72 hours after your podcast edit has been submitted.

What are the contract terms if I sign up for one of your plans?

None at all! You only pay for the number of podcast episodes you ordered and aside from that, there’s no contract binding you to us.

Can you guide me on what podcast equipment should I get based on my budget and needs?

Yes, we certainly can. Just message us at our contact form in the footer section to schedule a consultation.

How do I send my raw audio files to you after getting a plan?

Once you’ve paid for a plan, you’ll receive an email with instructions from us on how to set up a shared folder via Dropbox, or Google Drive. 

Who does the editing of my podcast audio?

We’re a small, tight-knit team where everyone works on every podcast as each one applies their expertise.

How will we communicate?

Communications are done via email with our founder and lead audio engineer, Alfred who is also in charge of client communications.

Ready to wow your listeners but haven’t made up your mind just yet?

Check out our how to get started on a trial edit here!