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Henry_BAndrew Kramer's new tutorial audio intro
by on Jun 6, 2007 at 1:04:04 pm

hi everyone im making an intro for a presentation and i would like to know if somebody can help me achieve something like the voice in the intro of Andrew kramer's new tutorial jumpy text intro.

how can i make my voice like that??
what process should i follow?( besides a good mic an a good voice =) )

thanks in advance


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xgfmediaRe: Andrew Kramer's new tutorial audio intro
by on Jun 7, 2007 at 10:12:42 am

What tutorial?

myspace.com/xgfmedia


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Henry_BRe: Andrew Kramer's new tutorial audio intro
by on Jun 7, 2007 at 1:17:28 pm


[xgfmedia] "What tutorial?"

mmm.. as i said in the first post its the new tutorial JUMPY TEXT

thanks



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xgfmediaRe: Andrew Kramer's new tutorial audio intro
by on Jun 8, 2007 at 2:16:01 pm

URL?

I am serious about this. I spent literally minutes hunting
down a Kramer 'jumpy text' tutorial yesterday.

Darren.

myspace.com/xgfmedia


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Henry_BRe: Andrew Kramer's new tutorial audio intro
by on Jun 9, 2007 at 1:51:49 pm

sorry, i asume Andrew Kramer was very well known in this foriun, my mistake.

well here is the URL to his website
http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials.html


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xgfmediaRe: Andrew Kramer's new tutorial audio intro
by on Jun 11, 2007 at 12:45:47 pm

You should have said that it was a Video Pilot tutorial. Kramer
posts tutorials there and at COW, and as this is a COW forum....

Anyhoots. I've listened to the intro.

Firstly - good mic, obviously. If you're on broadband, Pixel
Corps/Twit TV have published some really informative MOVcast
reviews on the new microphones, recently. There's 4 in total:
http://pixelcorps.tv/gear_media_tech

The intro was probably recorded with a really good condenser
mic (usually found in a radio station). More info at:
http://radiomagonline.com/microphones/index1.html


Secondly - the effects possibly used (and found in Audition)
are:

- Pitchshift. The voice sounds slightly slowed down to me.
In Audition: Effects/Time Pitch/Stretch/Slower Tempo dail.

- Pan. One line of vocal gets panned wide.
In Audition: Effects/Amplitude/Pan Expand/play around with
'Width' and 'Expansion' until happy. Monitoring on headphones
will help.

- Reverb. There's reverb/echo, obviously, but not a lot.
In Audition: Effects/Delay Effects/Reverb/'Vocal - Natural
Reverb' should be enough. Too much and it'll spoilt it.

-Attack Envelope. There's quite a tight attack on the vocal but
it was probably achieved during production, with noise gate
outboard or similar.
In Audition: Effects/Amplitude/Envelope/experiment.

-OR, for a compression way of doing it:

Effects/Amplitude/Dynamics Processing/you'll find
three 'Vocal' presets at the bottom of the Preset Menu.

--

Advice: Apply your envelope before your reverb, because
applying it afterwards will, obviously, truncate whatever
echo-y sound you want.

Darren.




myspace.com/xgfmedia


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xgfmediaRe: Andrew Kramer's new tutorial audio intro
by on Jun 11, 2007 at 12:53:07 pm

You should have said that it was a Video
Pilot tutorial. Kramer posts tutorials there
and at COW, and as this is a COW forum....

Anyhoots. I've listened to the intro.

Firstly - good mic, obviously. If you're
on broadband, Pixel Corps/Twit TV have
published some really informative MOVcast
reviews on the new microphones, recently.
There's 4 in total:


The intro was probably recorded with a
really good condenser
mic (usually found in a radio station).
More info at:





myspace.com/xgfmedia


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Henry_BRe: Andrew Kramer's new tutorial audio intro
by on Jun 11, 2007 at 1:30:18 pm

WOW, thanks a lot for that detailed answer! i apreciate it!

ill give it a try and let you know how it came out =)

thanks again!!


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