Here is how you can do that:
Spreaker Studio for Mobile:
Tap on the ‘+’ and import your chosen file from the built-in file library, your Apple Music library or a prerecorded draft.
Select your file to start the import process
Please note that third-party audio apps such as Audioshare can share sounds directly with Spreaker Studio, and those will appear in the drafts tab.
Spreaker Studio for Desktop:
You have two options for adding tracks to your episode from Spreaker Studio for Desktop :
Option 1: You can see the ‘Tracks’ section on your console and add the music file directly from there by clicking on the ‘+’ button. You can add up to two tracks.
Option 2: If you want to add more than two tracks, such in a playlist, you can choose the “Playlist” section and add more than one track at once by clicking the “+” or the “add new track” button from there.
In order to add music/intro, remember that you could also download your episode from the CMS, edit the file with external software (e.g. Audacity) and upload it again by replacing the original file. This means that you won't lose any of the information and figures tied to the original episode you need to replace.
As mentioned in this article and in our terms, please consider that you have to be very careful while adding music to your episodes, as most of the music content is protected by copyright. If you don’t own the appropriate rights, your podcast could be removed from our platform with no warnings.