Expanding The Love In My Words

A screenshot of a interview i'm working on in Logic Pro, with the Channel EQ & Expander plugin's visible

Above is a shcreenshot of an interview i’m working on using Logic Pro for Sarah’s audio version of her RNIB magazine. I’ve just found a plugin called “Expander” which i’ve never used before and it can help clean up the noise, hissing or humming behind the voice etc….

I’m sat here while using this great tool thinking “Wouldn’t it be fantastic if it was as easy as using a few dials & sliders to be able to clean up my speech and leave no bad noise behind my words! 

Ephesians 4:29 The Voice

Don’t let even one rotten word seep out of your mouths. Instead, offer only fresh words that build others up when they need it most. That way your good words will communicate grace to those who hear them.

About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

2 Responses to “Expanding The Love In My Words”

  1. This is awesome and a great illustration!

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