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This post is part of a series called Producing Vocals: From Mic Placement to Mixing.
Audio geeks aren’t the only people who need to work with audio. Videographers, app developers, podcasters, and even photographers find themselves needing to fix problem audio files from time to time. In this screencast, Randall K. Harp will show you how to perform a basic audio clean-up on a voiceover using a tool you'll have on hand: Adobe Audition.
Here's an outline of the screencast:
- 00:00 Introduction
- 01:08 Getting the problem audio into Audition
- 03:05 The "Noise Print" method of noise removal
- 14:27 The "Adaptive Noise Reduction" method of noise removal
- 18:47 Removing throat clearing from the voiceover
- 19:50 Using EQ to boost the mid-range frequencies
- 20:30 Evening out the volume level across the voiceover
- 21:09 Boosting the overall volume of the clip
- 22:38 Review and conclusion
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Randall has composed the scores for award-winning films as well as produced music for a variety of commercial projects including radio advertisements and video book trailers. Equipped with an ever-expanding and updating project studio containing both real and virtual instruments, he produces music in a variety of genres to increase the emotional impact of any audio or visual project.
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