Adobe Audition is the ideal piece of software for processing dialogue. It allows you to efficiently import and process audio in seconds.
For some people, though, the interface and features of Audition can be daunting. If you're moving from Audacity, you need to learn how to handle the workflow and effects that come with Audition.
In this tutorial, I'll show you the step-by-step process of processing a voice recording within Audition. By the end, you will be able to edit your recording and confidently apply noise reduction, EQ, compression and limiting to create a professional sounding voice over.
If you want to learn more about recording and processing voice overs, there are several areas you should cover. First you should learn about finding a good room and adding basic acoustic treatment. Next you should learn about microphone selection, recording technique and the overall voice recording process. After that, you can develop your mixing skills with noise removal, EQ and compression.
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