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HOW TO MAKE YOUR VOICE SOUND PERFECT FOR VIDEO | AUDITION CC TUTORIAL
To me, there’s nothing more satisfying than really good audio. It’s something that most creators overlook and don’t put enough time or attention into. There’s a huge difference between audio sounding like this, the way it was recorded, untouched, unprocessed, unedited, and this. Something that was clearly crafted to sound more balanced, more full, more detailed.
The tips I give to you today can be used in mostly every audio processing application, but my program of choice, is Adobe Audition. Let’s get started!
Step number one: RECORDING
The mic you’re using doesn’t have to be the most expensive mic on the planet. Believe it or not, it’s not so much about the mic you’re using as it is how skilled you are at processing the audio recorded with it. For example, I use the Rode Video Mic. A lot of people use it, but most of them don’t sound this good — because they don’t process their audio. Whatever mic it is, make sure it’s as close to the subject as possible. The cleaner, more detailed the audio – the less room noise, and eho, the easier it will be to work with in post.
Once your audio is recorded, let’s jump into post.
Now that you’ve got your audio in, let’s add some EQ and make dat voice sound sexy. Something to remember is that we all sound different so the mics that we use, are supposed to be universal and just capture a flat profile of our voice. Nothing special. Just a raw recording. Yes, some mics sound better than others, but you don’t know the true potential of the mic until you EQ it. I’ll NEVER put out a video without EQ’ing my audio first. Like I said, everyone’s voice sounds different, so EQ’ing your voice is going to be different than EQ’ing mine. But, in Audition, I use the Graphic Equalizer, 20 bands and the Parametric Equalizer. I use the graphic equalizer to play with the high and midtones of my voice and the Parametric equalize to adjust the bass of my voice. So play around with your settings to see what sounds best with you. But you don’t wanna get too crazy. We just wanna add some fullness and detail to our voice. Once you’ve EQ’d and you’re happy with how it sounds, let’s move on to the most important step. Compressing and normalizing.
How many videos have you watched where you’re constantly adjusting your volume? Some shit in the video is loud and some shit is quiet. Fucking amateurs. If you wanna sound like a pro, balance your audio. Let’s even everything out and make it all sound consistent.
First step, in audition, open up the single band compressor. For settings.
Once you’ve applied this, you’ll see that mostly all of your waveformS are leveled out. If there are any rebel waveforms peaking out, go ahead and manually fix them.
So, the audio is compressed. But now it’s way too quiet. Now, we normalize. We’re going to boost every waveform, the entire audio track to a “normal” or standard level. In this case we’re going to normalize to -0.1db
And there you go, you’re pretty much done. You’ve completely transformed your audio. Go ahead and take a listen back. If you like it, you’re welcome.
Some of you, at the end, will notice that there’s some noise or “hiss” in the audio. Don’t worry, we can quickly take care of that.
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Something else that helps is listening to your voice. I used to think my voice sounded so weird, but after hours and hours of messing up in scripts, editing scripts, and listening to my own videos, it’s normal and I gained a whole lot of confidence in my voice and how I speak. Narrating things, just for practice, helps me articulate things much better, and in turn has greatly increased my speaking skills. After I tell a story a couple times, you get more confident in telling it, anticipating how people will receive it, and what parts to emphasize and what parts not to. Talking, telling stories, and just having a conversation is like any other skill, practice and proper knowledge on the subject will help immensely. Check out the Bouba Kiki Effect, or ideasthesia for more information on these topics.
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