Hi Deb, thanks for having a listen. Hope you are well and we will see each other next week. Regarding the demo, the first spot was not sped up at all and it is a character I can sustain, believe it or not, that was all me. I was very careful not to put anything on the demo that I couldn't recreate in a session and definitely was going after as much variety in range as possible. Had a lot of fun doing it. Thanks again for your support.
Debbie.................... awesome, awesome, awesome! Great voice, super demo! You got it! I got mine at Walmart.......... on sale........ okay, okay... I got it from the discontinued items bin. You are definitely TOP SHELF! Have a fun, fantastic day! ~ James
Love your unique sound! It really navigates and excites the messages behind the voice! Be encouraged to continue to be an encouragement for those who know you and hear your talents through your art! My nitche is TV narrations, audiobooks, and documentaries. You get a minute please listen to my tracks!
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Deb: Thanks for the response. When I edit/produce dry reads in Pro Tools they are raw .WAV at 24 bit/48 kHz just run through the pre unless I'm asked to Normalize everything up to -3dB. If I can help on Pro Tools questions, please feel free. Best, Al
Deb: 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