The Incomparable Network
The Incomparable is a weekly dive into geeky media we love, including movies, books, TV, comics, and more, featuring a rotating panel of guests and hosted by Jason Snell.
Ferrite is my go-to editing app when I’m travelling.Jason Snell
Canvas is a show hosted by Fraser Speirs and Federico Viticci that teaches you how to get the most out of iPad productivity.
A show about iPad productivity should really be edited on an iPad and Ferrite makes the process easy and fast.Fraser Speirs
Learn how to get the most out of your iPad Pro by listening to the pros using the iPad. Learn about new workflows, apps, accessories and tips to get your job done on the iPad.
Podcast production is both faster and easier than it was on the Mac for me using Ferrite.Tim Chaten
The Mac & Forth Show
A British-based Apple related show that looks over the week’s Apple and tech related news but doesn’t take itself too seriously.
Ever since discovering and using Ferrite it has vastly improved both my workflow and production quality.Karl Madden
A show about feelings. Seth Clifford and Tim Nahumck work through their ever-changing lives using evolving methodologies. It’s a sickness. Or a cure. Or something…
Ferrite has made it possible for me to make and produce my own show without any prior audio editing knowledge. It’s a fantastic app, and one that every person who does podcasting and/or audio editing should have available in their toolbox.Tim Nahumck
We discuss every episode of the DCCW for Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lighting
I still record on a Mac but immediately move all files to my iPad to edit with Ferrite. Not only is it faster for me, it’s more fun.Brent Clark
Whims That Work
Productivity and technology
Ferrite has turned what has always been the most painful part of podcasting into a total breeze. It’s a delight to edit podcasts with this app.Drew Coffman
Run the Small World
Rotating guests come on to talk about two of the host’s biggest passions: Disney and distance running. Discussions touch news items and topics picked by both host and the episode’s guest, covering absolutely anything related to Disney, running, or both.
Because this show is mostly recorded locally, Ferrite and a paired USB microphone allows me to do the entirety of the show’s audio production on my iPad Pro: recording, editing, and exporting to MP3.Michael Gabriel
Two nerds chat in depth about how seemingly trivial stories are crucial to our lives, one movie, book, comic, game, or other topic at a time.
Ferrite frees me to do my editing of this show on the couch or out of the house once the remote conversation has been recorded. Moving editing of the show from Mac to iPad Pro via Ferrite was a huge comfort difference, making the editing process far less painful for me. The only thing missing is being able to host a VOIP recording session so I don’t have to use another device for this show at all!Michael Gabriel
Penelope talks to Dad about whatever is on her 6yo mind.
Ferrite allows me to edit my shows while remaining an active participant in my family life since I'm not stuck in the home office and can edit anywhere.Dan Wearsch
If you're new to craft beer and/or homebrewing, this show is right up your alley. Four Brewers is a podcast made up of three avid homebrewers and a GABF medal-winning professional brewer, all here to entertain and inform.
Ferrite is a fantastic podcast editing tool for iOS. The developer is always receptive to feedback and new features are consistently added. Well worth the price.John Holzer
Storyological is a podcast in love with stories. Every episode, writers E.G. Cosh and Chris Kammerud choose a pair of short stories and discuss something of how they work and why they matter and what they might teach us about life, the universe, and everything.
Ferrite is how we put every episode of the podcast together. It's an intuitive and powerful app and, after a couple years of editing, I can't imagine wanting to use anything else.Chris Kammerud
Main Engine Cut Off
Spaceflight, exploration, and policy. NASA, SpaceX, Blue Origin, you name it!
The easiest way to produce podcasts while on the road or at home. With powerful effects, editing enhancements like silence stripping, and even a slick chapter-editing interface, Ferrite makes podcasting a breeze.Anthony Colangelo
A weekly show where Carlitos Yoder and Eric Londaits rewatch their childhood movies and then tell you why you should not. Recorded from Slovenia and Argentina, and <em>hablado en español</em>.
The strip silence & tighten combo is worth the price of admission alone. I have no reason to go back to editing podcasts with Logic Pro X anymore.Carlitos Yoder
Votre Coach Web
Content creation and web entrepreneurship (in French)
The ideal tool to create and edit my podcast directly on my iPhoneBertrand Soulier
Sam and Ross Like Things
Sam and Ross talk about things that they like. No hedging.
I love Ferrite. I do my editing on the bus!Sam Davies
A conversation between Jered and Esther. The things we find interesting and the conversation that ensues, usually over a glass of wine.
I love the ease with which Ferrite allows me to make a complete podcast from my iPad.Jered
David Sparks and Jason Snell spent their careers working for the establishment. Then one day, they'd had enough. Now they are independent workers, learning what it takes to succeed in the 21st century. They are… free agents.
How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy
How I Built My Fundraising Consultancy is a bi-weekly interview podcast with fundraising consultants. Hear how individual consultants and consulting firm leaders got their start. Learn what it takes to launch your practice, the tools you'll need, and the hardships you may face. Discover what it takes to build a fundraising consultancy.
Searching for Salah
Nick Garnett tells the untold story of one of the Premier League’s most exciting footballers, Mohamed Salah – the man who flew so high in his debut season at Liverpool before crashing down to earth in the Champions League final and the World Cup
Fans Without Borders
We talk about anything related to DC, Marvel, Star Wars, Star Trek and more. Could be movies, tv, or comics.
I still record on a Mac but immediately move all files to my iPad to edit with Ferrite. Not only is it faster for me, it's more fun.Brent Clark
A variety show about the Minnesota Timberwolves. Hosted by two real life brothers.
A guest and I watch an episode of Twilight Zone or Night Gallery, then discuss.
Michelle and Dan have explicit conversations about television, movies, and life.