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Old 8th February 2019
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Gear Maniac
 
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Food for thought...

I record a lot of voice overs and mix to pre-recorded music beds.

If the music bed is busy, I will sometimes use a parametric eq to "bump up" my voice a db or so from about 200hz - 400hz and subtract a db or so from the same range on the bed.

It makes my voice "sit" a bit better against the music, adding a touch of "meat and clarity" to my voice.

I've never, in years, had anyone say...."hmmm...sounds like you....."

YMMV