Not sure when this came out but I have just been reading about Adobe putting its audio editing and management software, Soundbooth into Beta testing.
The blurb from adobe says, that Soundbooth allows creative professionals to record, edit and create high quality audio without requiring special training in sound production.
Soundbooth's integration with Macromedia Flash and Premiere Pro (both owned by Adobe) allows Soundbooth to eliminate noise from recordings, polish voiceovers and customize music for use in video, multimedia productions and interactive websites.
I reckon this means that there will be even more podcasts in creation... is that good or bad?
It can be downloaded from here for free until the Beta ends in April 07.