In today’s livestream, we’ll take a look of some of the many options available in Adobe Audition (and Premiere Pro) for processing vocals or voice-over. We’ll listen to different types of reverb and delays (and the differences between them), applying stylized effects like Phase & Flange (very good for radio and broadcast ‘imaging’ edits) as well as applying compression and limiting to maximize intelligibility and clarity.
04:25 Types of effects in Audition
08:02 Dry audio version
10:53 Reverb effects
28:10 Using Different Presets for Reverb Effects
35:10 Working with the Voice Automator to Add Effects
40:00 Working with Analog Delay