Let’s compare Pro Tools Intro vs Pro Tools First. Pro Tools First was discontinued towards the end of 2021. Pro Tools Intro is the replacement. Avid has launched a new, completely free DAW for anyone wanting to try out Pro Tools.
Audacity 3.2.0 beta has recently been released – and here’s the verdict! In this video, I go through the new major updates that are now available for download in the beta build of Audacity 3.2.0. The feature that we have all been waiting for is now available and is that much closer to it’s full release.
Sibilance is the very high frequency, harsh sound you often get when recording Sss or Shh sounds. Learn how to reduce sibilance in your audio recordings with any DAW!
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.
Got hum in your audio recordings? Hum can be electrical, from using faulty or low-quality recording equipment. Or it can come from something in the room during the recording like an air conditioner. Learn how to remove hum in your audio recordings in any digital audio workstation.
Learn how to remove clicks from audio in Audacity and any other DAW. That could be clicks from lip smacks, from recording issues – any sharp click in your audio fixed!
Learn how to fix audio clipping in Audacity or iZotope RX. Clipping is when a signal goes over the 0 dB mark during a recording and creates nasty digital distortion. I’m going to show you how to fix clipped audio using Izotope RX, but if you don’t have RX, I’ll also show you how to fix clipping for free in Audacity.
In this video, you’re going to learn how to remove noise from voice recordings. I’ve got some examples of some voice recordings with background noise and we’re going to reduce it as much as possible.
Find out how to fix plosives in your audio recordings whichever DAW you’re using. Plosives are the nasty windy sounds you get when recording ‘P’ and ‘B’ sounds. They’re also known as ‘p-pop’ or ‘popping-p’.
In this video, I’ll be explaining how to achieve stereo balance by using a technique called ‘complimentary panning’. You’ll see three real-world examples where I’ve used complimentary panning for a mix that’s not just balanced, but also stays interesting.