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How To Reduce Sibilance In Audio Recordings | Audio Fixing Tricks

In this video, you’re going to learn how to reduce sibilance in your audio recordings. Sibilance is the very high frequency, harsh sound you often get when recording Sss or Shh sounds.

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, and then I’ll show you how to fix them with Izotope RX, but if you don’t have any paid tools, I’ll also show you how to fix them for free in Audacity. We’ll take a look at some vocal recordings and make them more pleasant to listen to.

Jump Ahead

  • Intro – 0:00
  • Pro Tools/Any DAW – 0:32
  • iZotope RX – 4:07
  • Audacity – 5:26
  • Final Thoughts – 6:54

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