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Currently I am using Cool Edit Pro and there are plenty of plug ins to get your audio sounding crisp and clear. I never use to do much to my voice, but recently I started processing, using an equalizer and mastering. It all depends on what you want it to sound like. At one point, I had external processing equipment and had no need to edit much, so it just depends. Hope this helped somewhat.



Jon Bova


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I use external processing myself (Symetrix 528e). Before I bought 528e I used Adobe Audition's own plugins and some stuff from other companies.


I think that Kjaerhus Audio makes very nice VST plugins. http://www.kjaerhusaudio.com/


I normally use GPP-1 plugin which is a soft-limiter. It limits the sound pretty nicely. I like the overall sound. http://www.kjaerhusaudio.com/gpp-1.php


Kjaerhus makes also free plugins. They're good too.


If money is not a block, then use Waves plugins. They sound pretty hot. http://www.waves.com/

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I use Audition 3 too, and what you put first in vocal rack! ???I use this way: deeser-EQ- Compressor....for voice! After finishing mix I just put Limiter and thats all! Is that correct or you have any other suggestion?!?!

Yes. That is very good combination. I wouldn't change a thing. Which sounds good to you, is good. :) There aren't any written rules for anything like this.

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