Here is how to fix a p-pop in a recording using sound editing software. If you do any voice recording at all, you’ve probably noticed this. No matter how hard you try, your “P” sounds (called “plosives”) will sometimes sound like small explosions in the audio. These plosives sort of distort the audio recording for…… See More
These are posts that involve the topic of editing audio.
Why sound editing software can be your friend. One common problem with recording the human voice is sssssomething called ssssssibilance. If you didn’t already know what “sibilance” meant, my odd spelling above may have clued you in. It’s a sharp, biting hissing sound that happens whenever the recorded voice utters the “S” sound. You’ll be…… See More
If you have ever been asked to record and edit a conversation between two people, say, for a voice over job, then you are probably aware of the logistical problems this can cause. The client usually has visions of just getting the two people together around a microphone and simply reading their parts at the…… See More
There are two academy awards for audio recording and producing, which are Sounds Editing and Sound Mixing. The 2017 awards were awarded as follows: Sound Mixing – Andy Wright, Peter Grace, Kevin O’Connell, Robert Mackenzie for Hacksaw Ridge. Sound Editing – Sylvain Bellemare for Arrival. Now you may be asking what the difference is between these…… See More
Using an audio editor, you can REALLY improve your voice over recordings. This article and video shows you how to get rid of saliva noises when recording voice overs. Of course it works for any kind for any kind of vocal recording where your mouth is close to the microphone. These saliva “clicks” – along…… See More