The first step to creating an audiogram for radio is to get a digital version of the audio that you want to post. If the radio show posts it’s episodes in a podcast format to iTunes, then you can use an app like Audiogram17 to search for that episode and start creating your audiogram right away. If they post their content online, but not in a podcast format, you can look for a download link for the file on the show’s website. After saving the file to your computer, you’ll be ready to start creating your audiogram. If you’re having trouble saving the file, you can contact us27 and we’ll help you as best we can.
If you don’t yet have an account at Audiogram, you can sign up for free here17. Once logged in, you’ll want to click the “Create new audiogram” button from your dashboard:
Once at the Source Selection screen, you can either use the iTunes search widget (if your content is available in a podcast format), or upload your file directly into our interface.
After selecting your source, you’ll be taken to a screen where you can select a clip of audio to use in your audiogram. After submitting your clip, you’ll be asked if you want to create a traditional or captioned audiogram. For captioned audiograms, we transcribe your audio automatically, however you’ll be given a chance to edit the transcript and timing of the audio should there be any issues. If you need to create your audiogram quickly, you can choose a traditional audiogram, where you can choose your own text to overlay on the video.
The final step is to choose the visual style for your audiogram. We offer pre-built audiogram themes which are designed to work well with any imagery and text combinations. All you need to do is upload an image, choose your fonts and colors, and you’re ready to export your completed audiogram.
Use the following link to start creating audiograms for radio17.