Voiceover Software

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  1. haylsv3

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    Any recommendations on voiceover software? I currently have Sony acid music studio for the actual mixes
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  2. ItsMikey

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    Sony Forge Audio Studio 10.0 or Sony Sound Forge Pro 11
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    Is anybody willing to give some tips how it can be done. I am searching over month to find any tips what is the process to sound deep like JR or Chat but no results. Any help will be appriciate.
     
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    Definitely have been wondering the same. Im sure lots of DJs have different ways of going about it just like mixing and mastering :)
     
  5. Custom Cheer Mix

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    It's about the plug ins. We have a library of over 100 plug ins. For the voice overs we will load 6. You'd be surprised at what sound you can come up with when you load a plug in chain. Go for your own style/sound, set yourself apart.
     
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    A good microphone is a must.
     
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    Disagree. It's not about the plug-ins, especially since any quality DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) comes with enough plug-ins out of the box to get quality results. It's about audio engineering skill. It starts with a great voice-over talent, followed by an excellent microphone, followed by an excellent pre-amp, followed by quality mixing skills and imagination. The most important part is the voice-over talent. Second most important is mixing skills, followed by microphone, followed by pre-amp.
     
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    I know it may sound self-evident, but it's true: The number one factor in getting a deep voice-over sound is to start with someone who has a deep voice.

    For processed deep-effect sound, probably the easiest approach is to use software/plug-ins to pitch-shift the track down with, or without changing timing.
     
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    Do your thing ;)
     
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    What microphone model do you recommend?
     
  11. Sully Gondron

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    Any condenser microphone. I use one of the cheapest condenser mics out there. Behringer B‑1 Large‑Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser mic $99. Been having it since 2003...still works perfect. You can disagree with me... but it works for me.