Cleaning Up Voice Overs

Andre Angelo

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12 Videos (1h 17m)
    • Introduction

      2:06
    • Exercise Files

      1:11
    • Adobe Audition Setup

      1:16
    • High Pass Filter

      10:27
    • Background Noise

      3:42
    • Plosives

      9:34
    • Low Pass Filter

      4:45
    • Compression

      11:36
    • Limiter

      6:28
    • Debreath

      10:03
    • Mouth Sounds

      14:08
    • Closing Thoughts

      2:07
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About This Class

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There are many, many applications to this course. Whether you're a Voice Over Artist, Video Editor, YouTuber or any one that comes in contact with an audio clip of someone speaking, chances are that voice clip you hear could be vastly improved with some painless tweaks. 

Using Adobe Audition, we'll be going through common problems you'll find in voice overs:

  • Low Rumbles
  • Background Noise
  • Plosives (Air hitting the microphone on letters that shoot out quick breath, such as the puh sound in P)
  • Inconsistent Volume
  • Quiet Voice Overs
  • Unnatural Breathing
  • Mouth Sounds that are difficult to remove

This course is extremely beginner friendly and fairly inexpensive in terms of the cost of software. You can find Adobe Audition for only $19.99/month with their subscription program. Find out more here.

While learning about audio editing for voice over, I'll be giving you small projects to test out what you've learned and a big messy clip to fix up as your final project.

Hope to see you there!

32 of 32 students recommendSee All

really helpful tutorial. TY a lot!
Igor Ozherelyev

Digital Nomad

Hey thank you very much for this course.... it really helps me editing my audio for the first time and to actually understand what I‘m doing
Marina Winkler

Neuroscientist | Psychologist

Really great to tackle specific problems one at a time, showing the issue, how you identify it, and how you correct it! This is a really practical, hands on course. Thank you!