Polish Your Voice recordings pt 2: Audio Editing for Non-Techie Amateurs

Ron Masa, Psychologist, Artist and Educator

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6 Lessons (26m)
    • 1. Case Study: Intro to Voice Editing

    • 2. Normalize & Noise Reduce

    • 3. Polishing a Female Voice

    • 4. Further Polishing process

    • 5. Special Audio Polishing Techniques

    • 6. Class Project: Polish Your Voice Over!

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7 of 7 students recommend this class
I learned a lot from these classes
Meliors Simms

Sustainable Life Skills Coach-Learn to Mend

Ron has a delightful demonstration style of teaching so you feel as though you are sitting in the editing booth, looking over his shoulder while he thinks aloud. This class does a good job of demystifying audio editing for an absolute beginner.
Siau Fong Bong

Simply Love Baking and Cooking

Excellent class.. I love your class and sharing. It really helpful. Keep it up.
This second class on audio editing continues with the same easy to follow and utilize simple techniques for cleaning up audio of various origins. Dr Ron's simple and straight forward style makes learning these tricks of the trade fun and very rewarding for the finished audio project.