Should You Edit Out Breaths in Voice Over? Yes… and No!

I am a firm believer that speeding up auditions equals more auditions equals more jobs.

And this efficiency means mo’ money per hour of auditioning.

When I read an audition there is often a sentence or two that I “pick up” so there is usually some quick editing involved in creating the final audition.

I also like to clean the beginning and the end with silence.

But then the question arises “should I take out the breaths?” The answer is no… and yes.

Here’s a my video about editing breaths in voice over production.

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