Kathleen Keesling (www.katsvoice.com) wrote a great blog at the end of last month I wanted to pass on dealing with mouth noise - Great job Kat!
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Agree with the dietary issues! And you have me thinking along technical lines: Our voices are always going to be volume-compressed by a producer at some point, or we may do some of that ourselves, particularly in a demo. Compression brings up background, including clicks.
If the compressor is an analogue one (and they do have admirers, soundwise) it may be of a kind that cannot act fast enough to hold back sharp clicks like the sound K or T, so you end up with clickety-clack. I think engineers call it overshoot. I call it embarassing. Wonder if anyone will please give us a tech steer on this?
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