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Default TV Vocal FX Tips

Hi. I have a TV character doing a NARRATOR voice, like in movie previews. He acted out the part, and it sounds good, but would anyone have suggestions on how to punch it up more? When you hear the "tune in next time on..." narration in TV or movies, it usually feels thick, clear, and in-your-face. Is that just limiting/compression? Maybe heavy low-end EQ?

Also, as a second scenario, when you have a character speaking at a podium, would you just put Echo and Reverb FX on the dialogue to make it sounds realistic?

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