Adobe Audition CS5.5 Tip Here’s a little tip on how to enhance your recording on Adobe Audition CS5.5. For a series of informative modules on recording, become a member of Voice Over Club today! Try Voice Over Club FREE FOR 7 DAYS! Related Posts:Jonathan's Voice & Terry Daniel - Getting PerspectiveMaking a Radio Commercial in ONLY 6 MinutesVoice Over Club Launches May 1st, 2010Recording Studio EtiquetteEnhancing Audio Terry Daniel2023-06-20T09:59:01-06:00 9 Comments Bob February 8 at 8:48 am Hi Terry, You mentioned a site called Beldago (Spelling?) Do you by chance have a web site for them or correct spelling? They don’t seem to show up on a search. Thanks Bob Ross Terry Daniel February 8 at 9:10 am Hi Bob! Thanks again for the comments. That site is Bodalgo. http://www.bodalgo.com Bob February 8 at 8:51 am Hi Terry, Your link has the wrong site in it. There is an “S” after over. http://www.voiceoversclub.com Terry Daniel February 8 at 9:09 am Hi Bob! I didn’t catch that on my end but the site is at http://www.voiceoverclub.com Durin Gleaves February 8 at 11:17 am Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing the power and quality of Audition for voiceover work. Drex February 8 at 12:55 pm Terry, Your old tutorial, which I based my preset (entitled Terry Daniel in homage), used to include a light hard limiter. Why no longer? Also, I noticed you didn’t go crazy with sound foam around your studio, yet it didn’t seem too live in there. I’m also wondering where you have your computer. Is it out of the studio, or do you run a gate? If you run that gate in Audition, I’m curious how you did it. Thanks for letting us pick your brain. Drex Terry Daniel February 8 at 1:27 pm Hi Drex! Awesome questions! You can still use a light limiter on your recording but for basic commercial reads, it may end up sounding a little too processed. I have a lot of Auralex up. You just don’t see it because most of it is on the sides and behind the camera. I do have a gate on my DBX 286A preamp that works great. The computer is just below my desk. The gate on the DBX blocks any noise from that or the furnace. :-) Darryl R. Queen February 8 at 5:31 pm Thank you for small segments of informational training that you have provided. My interest have gone through the roof, pertaining to voice overs. I’m currently in school and have been interested in forms of broadcasting since was 13 yeas old. And I’m totally hooked on voceover work or the art. Thanks for all you information Darryl R. Queen Prince - South Africa July 12 at 3:05 am Can I master my finished work on audition for commercial release ? Comments are closed.