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 iZotope Vocal Synth Review

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iZotope Vocal Synth Review

When it comes to vocal processing either for music or post production, engineers and producers have always needed an accessible way of augmenting their vocal tracks. iZotope’s VocalSynth ($199) is the new plugin that combines all the classic vocal sounds of the 80s and 90s. Whether you are trying to have your vocalist sound like Daft Punk, Michael Jackson, Imogen Heap, or T-Pain, or if you want to sound like an alien robot from Planet X, now you can. VocalSynth gives you the tools to do just that.

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Essential Voice-Over Recording Gear on a Budget

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Essential Voice-Over Recording Gear on a Budget

Dialogue is king. To perfectly record dialogue, especially for film, has been the common goal amongst dialogue recordists and recording engineers since the birth of audio recording in the early 1900s. In working as a dialogue editor, it is a constant journey to adapt to the ever-changing market of audio recording gear.  When considering building your own voice-over chain, there are many available options.  Here, I’ve narrowed it down to just a few.

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