We offer some tips on working with speech in Studio One.
Podcasts, radio drama, audiobooks, news stories... there is a lot of audio‑only work around today that focuses on the spoken word. Working with narration is different from dealing with sung vocals, but Studio One is well equipped. There are a few tasks, such as noise removal, that may require third‑party plug‑ins, but Studio One’s bundled processors are adequate for handling pretty much everything else.
This month I will give some tips to help you get great narration tracks for your projects. There can be a lot of variation in the nature of projects, the narrator’s voice, the recording equipment and the recording environment, so no hint can fit all situations. As always, the...
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