You’ll learn how to work with the Vocal Channel effect which is specifically designed to work on voice frequencies. With a built-in High Pass, EQ and Compressor, you can make almost any voice sound better than where it started.
Remove Unwanted Sounds
Because noise and other unwanted sounds are common in our voice tracks, you’ll learn how to use Resolve’s Noise Reduction effect for isolating the noise in your tracks and a related effect called a Noise Gate to remove unwanted breaths and other transient sounds from your dialogue.
Tame Your Dynamics
Making your dialogue sound consistent and uniform is the first task of the sound editor. You’ll learn how to use Resolve’s Compressor in conjunction with a Limiter to even out the louder and quieter parts of your sound while ensuring your audio won’t distort.
Order Your Effects
This tutorial will present you with some important guidelines for the perennial question: “when applying multiple audio effects, what is the proper processing order?
This tutorial is for anyone who wants to improve voice and dialogue tracks using just the audio effects built into DaVinci Resolve 17. This tutorial assumes a basic familiarity with DaVinci Resolve’s user interface. Users who are new to DaVinci Resolve should purchase DaVinci Resolve Core Training before working through this tutorial.
Travis Richmond joined the Ripple Training team in 2012 as a voiceover editor. Since joining Ripple, he has worked with Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve and Motion while editing tutorials until being promoted to the Senior Editor. Not only is he an expert in dynamic media software, but he also enjoys lighting scenes and running the camera on video productions. To add to his many other skills, he also is producing high-quality tutorials centered around more advanced editing and production skills.