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In this free video tutorial, Marcus Huyskens demonstrates how to use the stock compressor that ships with Studio One to build a De-Esser in PreSonus Studio One.
In this video review Michael shows us the CL-1 Cloudlifter Mic Activator from Cloud Microphones in PreSonus Studio One 3.
In this free video, Marcus Huyskens demonstrates how to use the Spectral Repair Module within iZotope RX, to quickly & transparently remove harsh "whistling" artifacts from speech eliminating the need for turning to EQ, or a De-esser.
In this free video tutorial, Marcus expands on his last video (creating a basic delete time Macro). This time Marcus creates a Macro that will trim/shuffle delete the start of an audio event, based upon where an event has been split using the split tool. Although this Macro was designed with the purpose of editing Voice Over/Narration, this macros is equally useful when working with Music.
RX 4’s visual editing tools make it easy to identify and remove unwanted sounds captured during the recording process.
If you have issues with noise both from the room you record in such as unwanted reverb and other unwanted sources then this may be the plug-in you are looking for. If you are a voice-over artist then you may want to download the demo and try it.
n part 4 of this series of 4, Production Expert member Marcus Huyskens picks up where he left off in part 3 on using waves plug-ins to enhance the Voice Over for a high energy promo.
In this last video of this mini-series, Marcus uses the Renaissance DeEsser to tame any sibilance that has built up in the V.O.
In part 3 of this series or 4, Production Expert member Marcus Huyskens picks up where he left off in part 2 on using Waves plug-ins to enhance the Voice Over for a high energy promo.
Marcus uses the Veq4 plug-in to remove certain frequencies that have become excessive, and to add overall shaping to the V.O. eq curve to better suit the mix.
I've said before that even the Pros use Studio One. But a few folks in the community have said "Oh, yeah? Like, who?" to which I've replied: "Well.....ummm.....you know.....that one engineer/producer dude.
In part 2 of this series or 4, Production Expert member Marcus Huyskens picks up where he left off in part 1 on using Waves plug-ins to enhance the Voice Over for a high energy promo.
In this tutorial, he uses the Waves VComp plug-in to add some compression to the V.O. in order to even out the dynamics and help bring the VO to the foreground of the mix.
In this free video tutorial for PreSonus Studio One Russ shows how to automate ducking music beds with voiceover track. A technique used in radio but very useful for those making videos with narration or for voice-over artists and other speech.
Many artists, musicians, producers and engineers alike are very excited about Studio One. Let’s face it, Studio One is now a full-fledged, professional workstation that allows people to do everything they need to do (for the most part) from initial musical ideas right through to final mastering.
In this 4 part series, Production Expert member Marcus Huyskens has a look at using Waves plugins to enhance the Voice Over for a high energy promo.
In Part 1, he explores using the Waves "Vintage Aphex Aural Exciter" plug-in to add a crispy, hard edge to his V.O. to help the frequency range compete with the music in the spot.