Ninette: Thought it would be interesting to collect the top recommended Pro Tools plug-ins used by voiceover home studio users. My list would include: BNR, Normalize, and EQ 3. When you are putting your money where your mouth is, what plug-ins add real value? Share and enjoy! Al
I heard that Pro Tools was hard. The software I got with my system is also difficult. I've heard that you almost need a class for it - it's Cubebase. I use Audacity right now - it's free and relatively easy to use. I'm still sorting out the bells & whistles on it. Know what you mean about work. Just one would be such a shot in the arn.
Ninette, You have such a nice sound to your voice. I don't know if I'm one to ask about critique - BUT, I really like what you did. The equipment you got for your in-home studio is exactly what I was going to get, but, someone who "knew more than I did" suggested that I go another way. Don't know if it was right or wrong, but what I have is OK for me. It had something to do with MAC vs.PC. But, I think your demo sounds pretty cool. Good job.
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