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How To Reduce Echo In Voice Recordings | Audio Fixing Tricks

In this video, you’re going to learn how to reduce echo in voice audio recordings. Reverb and echo in audio recordings come from sound waves of your voice bouncing off of the walls and other surfaces and back into the mic.

Ideally, this will be avoided during the recording process by recording in a room with acoustic treatment or plenty of soft furnishings. If you don’t have this option though, or you’re mixing someone else’s vocal recording like for a podcast guest, these tips should help you at least reduce the effect.

This applies to whichever DAW you’re using. I’m going to show you how to fix them with just the stock tools that come with your DAW, then I’ll show you how to fix them with Izotope RX.

Jump Ahead

  • Intro – 0:00
  • Pro Tools/Any DAW – 0:57
  • iZotope RX – 5:59
  • Final Thoughts – 9:46

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