3 Simple Steps to Recording Great Sounding Voice Overs!

Tony Ross, tonyteach: keeping training simple…

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12 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. Welcome!

      1:11
    • 2. About this course

      0:48
    • 3. The Tools I Use for Voice Overs

      1:17
    • 4. My Recording Setup

      3:04
    • 5. My Samson GoMic, plus the Settings I Use

      3:11
    • 6. My DIY Pop-Filter

      2:41
    • 7. Setting up your Computer Audio

      1:49
    • 8. My 3-Step process in Audacity

      6:16
    • 9. My 3-Step process in Adobe Audition

      6:48
    • 10. How to Automate Audition

      3:19
    • 11. Closing Thoughts

      0:53
    • 12. Your Class Project

      0:43
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Project Description

OK, now it’s your turn. I want you to follow the steps I’ve taught, whether you’re using Adobe Audition, or the FREE software Audacity – and I want you to record 15 to 30 seconds of your voice over, then follow my 3 Simple Steps to make it sound better. Then post your results here in the Skillshare project area… and have FUN with it! Do tongue twisters perform a plethora of plosives to see if you’re too close to the mic, or you need to adjust your wind screen. Just record, edit, and post your results, I look forward to hearing them!