Polish Your Voice recordings pt 1: Audio Editing for Non-Techie Amateurs
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Polishing Your Voice4:55
Noise Remove & Normalize4:51
Polishing Some More4:59
Project: Polish Your Voice2:42
About This Class
The quality of your audio is fundamental to your video projects. After you choose a microphone, treat your space for sound and begin practicing, what else can you do to improve home audio recording?
Polishing Your Audio is an amateur method anyone can use to improve existing recordings while developing hearing skills that will improve any future recordings. Editing your own audio provides a feedback loop sure to develop your "ear" for good sound and techniques to improve poor audio.
Learn the approach that allowed me to complete nearly 500 professional audio jobs at Fiverr.com with 100% positive reviews using inexpensive home gear. Polishing Your recordings fixes existing problems while training your ear and your voice technique to improve these issues in new recordings.
- Get to know your own voice better
- Improve your existing recordings
- Improve your voicing in new recordings!
- Evolve your own authentic voice.
And continue these lessons featuring a female voice in Polish Your Voice Recordings, Part 2
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A useful and to-the-point introduction to audio editing for those of us who haven't done it before. Whereas similar courses have focused on software features, the focus here is on: - what to listen out for when editing - how you can use the software to improve the sound quality of your voice-overs, and - learning (over time) to reduce the amount of editing required. Thanks Ron
A good overview of what you can do to polish your voice recording
Ron Masa, Ph.D. is a retired Jungian Psychologist and University Instructor who is also an artist. He has sculpted in stone and bronze and paints mostly in acrylics. Dr Masa has authored many articles and newspaper columns on Dreamwork and on the I Ching. He has taught at major universities and also studied with shamans from North and South America. He lives in the redwood forest near Santa Cruz, California with his sweetheart, fellow artist and educator, Debbie Hart. They love cats.