Instantly get naturally-sounding voice tracks, without leaving your editing environment. The ERA Voice Leveler is a single-knob plugin that smooths out annoying gain inconsistencies on-the-fly. Use it both on dialogue and vocal recordings, automatically smooth out audio levels and save yourself from hours of manual volume edits.
Gain inconsistencies are common in both audio and video recordings. They often happen as a result of intentional or unintentional speaker movement, non-ideal microphone positioning or heavy audio & video editing. Use this single-knob plugin to save yourself from hours of manual gain adjustments.
The ERA Voice Leveler uses new patent-pending algorithms to automatically detect distracting level differences in voice recordings and correct them in real-time.
Using the single-knob ERA Voice leveler you can save yourself from hours of manual gain adjustments, without leaving your DAW or NLE environment.
Use the Voice Leveler to fix vocal and dialogue volume problems resulting from:
- Intentional or unintentional speaker movements
- Single-microphone recordings of two or more speakers (e.g. interviews, lectures, etc)
- Sudden gain changes due to audio/video edits and re-arrangements in post production
- Time-varying voice-over or vocal performances
The ERA Voice Leveler detects level problems in real time and you can control it with the turn of a simple dial.
It also features a “Tight” mode that provides a more focused “radio” sound that stands out from background music (e.g. audio and video ads, podcasts, vlogs, etc).
The unique “Emphasis” mode automatically detects problems in tonal balance of voice recordings (for example when a speaker is not directly facing the microphone or has moved significantly from the mic between takes/scenes) and applies subtle processing to correct them and ensure consistent tone and intelligibility.
The ERA Voice Leveler will be part of both the ERA Bundle Standard and the ERA Bundle Pro.
Mac AU (32/64-bit), VST (32/64-bit) for macOS 10.8 or later AAX Native (64-bit) for macOS 10.9 or later
Windows VST (32/64-bit) and AAX Native (64-bit) for Windows 7 (with SP1) or later