Quick Voiceover Tip: What is Knee

“Compression Week” wraps up at the Radio Lounge Quick Voiceover Tip: What is Knee? So, we’re almost there and we finish with the term “knee”.  Knee is really about the transient way the audio gain is reduced. Where attack refers to how fast the audio is compressed (gain reduction), knee is more about how the … Read more

Quick Voiceover Tip: Attack and Release

“Compression Week” Continues at The Radio Lounge Quick Voiceover Tip: What is Attack / Release? We hope you are getting a clearer picture of what kind of compression settings are best suited to you, the voice actor.  Today we look at two important compression settings.  First, let’s look at attack.  This is how quickly the … Read more

Quick Voiceover Tip: What Is Ratio

“Compression Week” continues at the Radio Lounge Quick Voiceover Tip: What Is Ratio? So here we are, “Compression Week” at Radio Lounge.  Hopefully, this is beginning to make sense.  Bottom line, you don’t need a degree in audio engineering to put the pieces of the puzzle together.  Today, we get a bit more complicated.  Ratio … Read more

Quick Voiceover Tip: What is Threshold

Part of “Compression Week” Quick Voiceover Tip: What is Threshold. Welcome to day two of Compression Week here at the Radio Lounge. Today’s we dive into the compression settings, beginning with thrhesold. Threshold is really your Compression Baseline. Threshold is basically the volume level where gain reduction begins working. Cranking in a lower threshold level … Read more

Quick Voiceover Tip: Source Connect

Quick Voiceover Tip: Source Connect. Should I have Source Connect? It’s one of the most common questions we get here at the Lounge. If you are unfamiliar with what Source Connect (SC) is, it is a professional digital connection platform that is being widely used to replace ISDN connections between studios. Many studios that require … Read more