Voice Over Recording

Hi all,

Recording Voice over is always a challenge in the Studio because it requires more concentration on the Subject. Be it a E-Learning or an E-Book Reading project the pronunciation and also the Modulation has be given the TOP priority in the Recording. More over editing becomes the Major part as we listen to the Entire recording and also the lots of Pop and lip noise would be there in the recording. The main problem is to avoid lots of Breath control. I am not telling you to completely remove the Breath, its sounds very artificial. Have it at lower volume and just Gates If possible. Few tips for Voice Recording.

1. Place the Mic approx 6 inches away from the Voice Artiste

2. Do not get too close to the mic as this will create Proximity effect.

3. As the Artiste to take breaks in between the Takes and give him Water to prevent Dryness

4. If too much of Breath Noise is present, then use Gating In your Channel to Remove the Unwanted Sounds.

If you want to Record your Voice over for E-Learning or E-Book Reading, then Call us at 9884145966 to book the Studio.

Learn Audio Engineering and Music Production

Hi there,

Welcome to the creative world of Audio Engineering and music production. Many of the starters and home music producers have tone of resources on the youtube and the internet to find what they want, but bare in mind that there are millions of videos with tips and tricks etc., but when you implement it in your recording session or any mixing session, many of them face lots of problem that they don’t get that Pro sound in their Recordings or Mixing and also in their Music Production! 

The big Question is WHY?

This is because many skip the core concepts and Foundation of the Recording Process, Mixing and Music Production techniques. Its not what computer or hi end Laptop or high end Mic etc. Its how you know to feed the proper signal of Gain Stage, knowing what a Pre-Amp Does, how to correctly record your Electric/ Bass Guitar and how to place the Mic position and get the Proper Tone. 

Everyone cannot afford high end equipment, even a basic Focusrite, Presonus or Audient with single or Dual channel is more than enough to home studio producers, then after they master their Craft of Recording, Mixing and Music production and more importantly the Stock Plugins! they can upgrade for higher needs.

If you want to Learn the Foundation of Recording, Mixing/Mastering  and Music Production. Please visit www.digisoundacademy.com or call us at 9884145966

Using High Pass Filter

Hi there,

I get this question from my students every time to give me some tips on using High Pass Filter in any DAW. Ok…. Let me give in points so that its easy to follow.

HPF means = PASS only the HIGH FREQUENCY and reject the LOW FREQUENCY

The Purpose of using High Pass Filter in Protools or HPF


“Remove the bottom rumble Low end frequencies in your recordings which includes your room acoustics or the sound produced from any source etc”

How to Use it?

  1. Keep Rolling of until your low frequency disappears and then roll back again a bit until you hear like your natural sound how it was captured. 
  2. First SOLO the Tracks then start using the HPF knob
  3. You can roll of at 80Hz to 90 Hz for male Vocals and 100 Hz to 110 Hz for female vocals. But again this is not the exact frequency you should follow, it depends on the source. 
  4. Roll off around 130 Hz to 140 Hz for an Electric Guitar or Rhythm Guitars and try to see how it also sound in your whole mix in context with your song.
  5. Roll off at 70Hz for Bass Guitar and  again its not Fixed, you can try different frequencies and see how it really does the magic in your mix!
  6. For the Kick Drum you can roll of at 60 Hz to leave room for your Bass Guitar to sit well in your mix

Try this in any of your DAW, your mix will be so clean.

Recording Vocals

Hi everyone,

Recording Vocals is one of the main tasks in the studio or at your home studio. Many of the starters or home studio owners ask me how to get that studio quality vocals on my sound interface because I only have a basic Sound card which is the Focusrite scarlett 2i2 etc., 

Well, its not about a basic sound card or advanced sound card, its about your ROOM!

Your room has all unwanted reflection which is also recorded into your mic, If the room is not treated well, you will surely have a bad sounding recorded track on your DAW. If you wanted to get that Tight clean signal like the Studio and know the real work flow, come and attend our upcoming now. Limited Seats only!


See you all soon!