First of all, deeply thank you so much for your kind interest in my question. Hope you all safe and well in this pandemic
I am developing fairy tale animation for kids . But there is a serious problem now
For example , in my fairy tale story, there are 5 characters . And I asked 5 voice actors to record each 1 character(for example, Mr James recorded the prince role while Ms Jenny recorded the princess role etc)
So, I received 5 recording files from 5 voice actors . And I integrated into single track(audio mixing)
But the problem is , when I listen this integrated single track , the voice characteristic(I’m sorry that my English is short. I’m not sure how to bring out the proper terminology…) are different each other . So the recording lacks the coherence
Could you kindly help me how to solve this problem ?
Dear Mr Jademan . Deeply thank you so much for your kind help.
I hereby attached 2 mp3 file
example - audacity forum : After the man narration , there is woman conversation . The recording characteristic(mood?) is different so feel weird
example2 - audacity forum : Same woman recorded but there is some difference in sound characteristic(mood?)
I think I have to adjust every each lines individually by GRAPHIC EQ as Mr Steve said. But the problem is , I don’t have any idea on how much bass and treble should I adjust for each tracks individually . It seems quite challenging ;(
Audcaity does not come with automatic EQ matching ability.
Some EQ matching plugin$ may work in Audacity, (only some though, so try a demo version before you buy).
Steve did make a (free) plugin for Audacity called SpectrumToEqCurve.ny which can be used to make EQs match.
Now the bad news: I don’t think it is compatible with the latest version of Audacity, (you’d have to use an old version of Audcaity to take advantage of it), and it’s not simple to use.