Audio Editing Workflows with Jim Edgar

Tuesday, December 6, 2022

6:30 PM-8:30 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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Class Description

Don't let audio editing bog you down in the studio! Whether you are delivering audio for explainer videos, eLearning, or audiobooks, this 2-hour live workshop will provide you with a clean plan for efficient editing and an understanding of actionable approaches to speed up your audio editing workflows.

Home recording equipment required. There will be a pre-class, self-graded exercise.

This class is focused on editing workflow. For advanced editing techniques such as EQ and compression, see Post-Production Polishing.


Any Level — Home Recording

Classes for any level are open to everyone!

Online Class

This class is held on Zoom. Class will not be recorded.

Class Size

Class size is limited to 20 students


Cost: $75.00

Spaces Remaining: 14


Instructor: Jim Edgar

Jim Edgar works as a full time voice actor from his studio in northern California. A lifelong love of characters and storytelling led him to voiceover in 2007. He regularly provides VO for video games, narration, eLearning, audiobook, and commercial projects. A few of his favorite roles have included a talking scoreboard asking existential questions, a significantly unhinged Birdman of Alcatraz, and a Stormtrooper aggressively guarding holiday presents. Jim found that the many hours spent in recording studios over the years provided the expertise to help other voice actors set up great sounding workspaces. He has assisted hundreds to get their sound sorted out so they can simply focus on being brilliant behind the mic. Jim brings a deep understanding of recording technology and software to our classes - all from the perspective of a working voice actor. |


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