When it comes to music production, the odds of getting asked to record a natural, spoken word voice, is high. Simple as it may seem, it can often be very difficult as speakers tend to use a range of volumes and dynamics when they speak. Adjusting volume can be painstaking, but using compression can be tricky as well. If done right, the output can be just as good as a mastered track.
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Dealing with Spoken Word (and how to make it loud enough)
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