Revoice Pro has a great reputation amongst post-production dialogue editors. It simply does things no other software can do, in terms of conforming pitch, inflections, and timing of various dialogue takes. But it is, in my opinion, the unsung hero in the word of vocal pitch and timing correction. It’s Warp Mode is simply unparalleled in its ease of use for graphically editing both pitched and unpitched audio.
Problems like deessing are a snap to correct. The typical tools used for dealing with overly present sibilance problems are deessing plug-ins, side chain compressors, and dynamic EQs. To quote Spock, they are like using ”stone knives and bear skins”, when compared to the precision in Revoice Pro’s warp editing mode.
In this video, sponsored by SynchroArts, I’ll show you one of the ways I like to work in Warp Mode to correct not only sibilance but other problems with unpitched audio like breaths and harsh consonants. You can fly through a track in minutes cleaning up and polishing a vocal. removing, or better yet, attenuating, all sorts of unintended audio artifacts.