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  • zerowalker
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Voice Acting - What settings and how?
Okay i posted before that i had "problems" with my Samson C03U, but it got "solved" as it was just the internal preamp making some noise.

Now to this question, i would like to learn what settings and how you record if you want to voice act.
We are not talking Hyper Professional Studio here, a hobby, but i want to make the best of it.

I got Adobe Audition which i currently use as i got it along with the Master Collection, but i want to know is there anything special to do?
I record Dry, than if i want Reverb, i play around with the Reverb etc.

I read about Multi Band Compression, though i havenĀ“t got the heck of it.


Any suggestions?


Thanks:)

  • AndyH-ha
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Voice Acting - What settings and how?
Reply #1
You topic isn't really the usual for this particular forum, although there are some people here with professional experience in and around that sort of thing. Two other forums where you might can also find people with considerable experience are
http://www.audiomastersforum.net/
http://www.audioforums.com/forums/

I suspect the advice you are likely to find for a beginner are references to a number of books and websites with introductory tutorials, as your questions at this time are not likely to be focused towards anything in particular.

  • zerowalker
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Voice Acting - What settings and how?
Reply #2
You topic isn't really the usual for this particular forum, although there are some people here with professional experience in and around that sort of thing. Two other forums where you might can also find people with considerable experience are
http://www.audiomastersforum.net/
http://www.audioforums.com/forums/

I suspect the advice you are likely to find for a beginner are references to a number of books and websites with introductory tutorials, as your questions at this time are not likely to be focused towards anything in particular.


Guesses so myself really, but was worth a try, but will look over the other forums like the one you linked, thanks!