Mix & Mastering

How to mix and master an audio description

Once your text-to-speech file has been generated, it's time for the automated mix

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  1. Go to the Files section
  2. Open the submenu (3 dots) next to the audio file you just created (type: tts).
  3. “Automated Mix”
Now you have to set the following:
  1. Mix
    1. Without volume adjustment – original sound unchanged.
    2. Ducking (-3db) – slight adjustments if voice can be heard.
    3. Ducking (-6db) – greater adjustments when voice is heard.
    4. Ducking (-12db) – strong lowering of the original sound, voice clearly louder.
  2. Mastering/levelling
    1. -13 LUFS (very loud, maximum level 0db)
    2. -16 LUFS (internet, podcast, mobile)
    3. -23 LUFS, EBU R 128 (TV, Europe)
    4. -24 LUFS (TV, USA)
  3. Experimental Mixes (optional presets)
  4. Select original audio track.
  5. Select voice (audio file type tts).
  6. “Start”.

Replace the audio

This is a useful option when you want to replace the audio with a better-quality mix (WAV file only).

  1. In the project overview, click on the three dots next to the audio file.
  2. Select Replace Audio.
  3. Click on Choose File to select the new audio file.
  4. Click on Save.

Please contact us if you would like to have the Replace Audio option as part of your plan.

Please note that this feature is only available in the Enterprise plan. 

Download files

Right-click on the file you want to download and select “Save link as...”. The file will then be downloaded to your hard drive.

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