It’s easy to assume that anyone using Logic Pro uses the app solely for making music. Considering the massive array of instruments, plugins, loops and functions, I wouldn’t fault you for assuming that.
However, given the rise of:
And so much more, I have to suspect someone out there is using Logic Pro to edit and mix voiceover tracks.
And it may be surprising to some, but there’s a lot to consider when working with a human voice. Even if that voice is just talking.
For example, voiceover files tend to be looooong. And the voiceover track might include awkward pauses, sounds, and missteps that need to be removed.
Then there’s the task of ugly mouth sounds. This includes plosives, breaths, pops and clicks. Which can all be severely distracting to listeners.
And once you’ve edited and cleaned up your audio, you still need to process it! Which typically includes EQ, Compression, and De-Essing at the very least.
While Logic Pro is firmly branded as a “music production” application, that doesn’t mean you can’t use it for voiceover work. In fact, every week I edit and mix my YouTube videos right in Logic Pro.
So in today’s video above, let me walk you through my voiceover editing and mixing workflow. We’ll explore Logic’s awesome toolkit, plus some 3rd party options as well.
Links Below For 3rd Party Tools Mentioned in Today’s Video:
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