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  • Sebastian Torres #4601531158

    Hi Dru,

    Great voice and tone! After listening to your audio, I do hear two issues. They are small, but clients can be picky in that respect. I hear a little bit of room echo/ambience which is coming from the space where you are recording. This can be solved with some acoustic treatment, reflection filters, or even something like the Kaotica Eyeball. The second issue is hiss, which is making every edit point audible. Sometimes it's better to leave just room tone instead of complete silence in between sentences. Also, in my experience, hiss comes from the preamp or mic, so do check those. Make sure you're not pushing the gain too much. Hope that helps!


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  • Angela Serrano #830202147

    Hi Dru

    Thanks for sharing I do agree with the issues pointed out by Sebastian.

    I would also add that the edits/cuts are quite noticeable. As such, this makes the differences between takes to be more noticeable and less natural. I suggest you use softer and longer fades between edits to make the transitions smoother. 

    We have an article on easy acoustic treatment solutions we have tried and have worked very well for us! Take a look here and let me know what you think. We would love to know what you've done to your space and how you record.



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  • Juan Santiago Mendoza #1067143947

    Hi, Dru!

    Thanks for sharing! I agree with the comments above. Have in mind that if you were to add a compressor or do some processing, later on, these issues would be more obvious. 

    It'd be great if you could achieve a more present and dry recording of your voice. You may also want to add a room tone to make the contrast between the recording and digital silence less evident. 

    I think you are on the right track!


    Looking forward to your next submission!


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