I record educational videos and often I have to re-record voices because of the excessive environment noise or simply because of poor performance. Since I'm not working with professional talents (including myself), from one take to the next the voice pitch can be (very) different. I don't necessarily notice that while recording, but, when editing, the transition between two takes is clearly audible.
For now, to solve that issue I work with the equalizer--but this is time-consuming and too often the result is far from being optimal. So is there any other option to match ADR voice with the original performance? Or do I just need to improve my "equalizing" skills?
Here is a sample: http://www.chicoree.fr/pub/Audio/DIFFERENT-TONE.wav
as you can see, that text is made of
three logicaaaal lines
It seems to me the voice on the second take is clearly "higher" than on the first one.
Related to EQ'ing ADR to match Dialogue, but in my case, this is the talent voice that "change" between the takes. Not the environment.