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Resound Raises $1.35M to Automate Podcast Editing

Press Release · Louisville, KY, USA ·

Resound, a new editing app that automatically removes umms and ahhhs from your podcast, raised $1.35M in pre-seed funding. Investors include Render Capital, Keyhorse Capital, Lunsford Capital, Bluegrass Angels, Hidden Ventures, Rounsavall Investments, Garrett French, and Commonwealth Seed Capital.

“We’ve learned from first-hand experience how tedious, time-consuming, and frustrating editing your podcast can be. Many podcasters report it takes them three to four hours to edit a one-hour podcast,” said Jacob Bozarth, Resound’s Co-Founder and CEO. “Resound exists to save creators time so they can automatically edit the mistakes out of their show in minutes, not hours.”

Pictured above: a screenshot of how you edit umms and ahhs from an episode in Resound.

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The beta version of Resound will be released at the end of August. Join the waitlist at the Resound website.

About Resound

Resound is a software company building a podcast editing tool for creators that fixes mistakes like umms and ahhs automatically in minutes, not hours.

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