Learn the art of recording voiceovers! This course, by voiceover artist and Logic Pro expert Jonathan Slatter, explains how to record, edit, and produce the most fundamental instrument of all: the Human Voice.
Voiceovers are everywhere: Commercials, Films, TV shows, radio and even instructional videos! That’s why, as an engineer or even as a voiceover artist, you need to know how to capture, edit and produce the best-sounding voice recording possible. In this course by Jonathan Slatter, you learn everything you need to know about professional voiceover recording.
This course starts at the source: The Voice and Microphone. You learn about the VO signal flow and how to get your mic setup to record high quality tracks in Logic Pro. Jonathan then jumps in to his custom VO booth to explain the essential tools, acoustical treatments and performance techniques needed to get the very best vocal sound.
A big part of running a VO session is setting up a Logic template in advance. In this section of the course, Jonathan shows you how he created his custom template, specifically designed for voiceover recording and editing. (Be sure to download the resource file included with this course)
Next up is a collection of tutorials about recording and editing. Logic has some amazing tools to capture, move, edit, replace, time-compress and clean-up voiceover audio. You learn them all! This is followed by a section on “voicing to picture” and how to synchronize the video and audio to complete the task.
So join Jonathan Slatter and take in everything you need to know to record voiceovers in Logic Pro!
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Joe K wrote on March 25, 2020
Jonathan did a fantastic job. Easy to follow, clear instruction and straight to the point. Really enjoyed the course.
Sara Gendrolini wrote on May 7, 2019
Great stuff! This course was incredibly useful. Brilliantly simple explanations, taking you step by step through the different options. So glad I found this course! I would love do other modules by Jonathan Slatter, in particular I would like to learn how to use some other plugins. I am still a bit shaky on the use of the compressor and limiter...I particularly liked the section on setting up a VO template.
Luke wrote on March 16, 2017
Great course! Short and easy to understand tips on how to get good sounding voicovers in no time. Thanks!
Deal talk Podcast wrote on January 22, 2017
I have been through a lot of training here and other sites. This was the best I have seen for logic pro and voice application. In addition this trainer's delivery is excellent.
Excellent Overview wrote on November 4, 2015
One of the best classes on here, next to the David Earl Logic ones. Top notch!
Bruno Marsala wrote on October 16, 2015
Fantastic course, I've been experimenting with many different DAWs and as a busy VO artist, I need to maximize efficiency. This course helped me finally decide on Logic Pro. Been using Ableton Live 9, Adobe Audition CC 2015, but this seems much more in line for VO artists. Really enjoyed it immensely and glad I made the decision to buy this course. Super informative. Thanks!!
Rick Mather wrote on August 13, 2015
Man, I wish I had known about this tutorial months, if not years, ago.
Anyone doing voiceover work can learn from this. The rating below will be a 5 but I'd give it a 6 if I could!
Well done Jonathan Slatter.
Jordan wrote on August 2, 2015
Amazing tutorial. I learned so many things that I was able to instantly apply to my voiceover workflows to improve my voice overs.
Viki D. wrote on June 16, 2015
Thank you so much, John. This course was exactly what I needed to understand the basics of Logic Pro X. I replayed several lessons to help my understanding, too. Your explanations were clear and easy to follow. Great job!
Mark wrote on May 30, 2015
I learned so much from Jonathan. He taught at perfect pace and helped me learn the tricks to editing audio with less steps. I loved the marquee select tool to work in conjunction with the automation edits. Such a huge time saver instead of adding four points manually to control volume. I definitely will not forget that tip. Now I am ready to work on my voiceover for my video project. Thanks for an awesome course!