As of November 2015, some good software for recording podcasts include Propaganda, ePodcast Producer and Audacity. Propaganda lets users arrange the audio clips in a podcast by dragging and dropping the audio files. It supports a wide range of editing functions, including cropping, mixing and track splitting.
ePodcast Producer allows users to edit voice tracks and music tracks separately and apply effects to any of them. Once finished, users can upload their audio files and publish their podcasts directly from this software.
Audacity is compatible with Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. It supports editing features that include cropping, mixing, cross fading and noise reduction. In addition, it supports a wide range of audio file formats, including WAV, AIFF, AU, OGG and MP3.