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SNJay

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  1. Thank you for the reply! So, let me give some background pertaining to your questions. For talking, I usually sit down on a desk with my microphone pointed at me with a pop filter. I look at podcast speakers, and approximate the distance based on how they do it (so like how Joe Rogan does it) but now I'm starting to wonder if I'm too close to the microphone. Also, the way I post-process is by following this video below to a T. I'll post this video ALL THE WAY at the bottom of this post for better readability. The only reason I post-process is because I wanted the
  2. Hello there. I run a YouTube channel where I make video essays on shows/movies that I like. Currently, to record my voice, I use an ElectroVoice RE20 with a Focusrite Scarlett Solo and Cloudlifter for more gain. I'll link a video from my channel below. But, I feel like my audio balancing may be off, and/or my microphone recording has too much gain. I lowered the gain on the Focusrite, but when I go to master my audio and normalize it to -3 DB (from the many tutorials I've seen on YouTube for Adobe Audition mastering). I am a beginner with audio editing, but I'm aware it's not the b
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