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Radio Workflow: Auto Mix Feature Tutorial

In this step-by-step guide, you will learn how to use the Auto Mix feature in Radio Workflow to create a voiceover and mix it with music and sound effects for a radio advertisement.

Generating the Voice Over

  1. Begin with a pre-written script or use Write My Ad to help you write one. In this example, the script is for an imaginary car, the Toyota I30.

  2. In Radio Workflow, navigate to the "Voice Creative" option.

  3. Select the desired voice actor for your voiceover. In this example, we are using Titan.

  4. Adjust the expression and clarity settings for the voice actor as desired.

  5. Click on the "Generate" button to create the voiceover.

  6. Once the voiceover is generated, listen to it and ensure it meets your expectations.

Auto Mixing the Voice Over with Music and Sound Effects

  1. Click on the "Auto Mix" at the bottom of the Voice Over window.

  2. Choose a mood for your advertisement. In this example, we are selecting "Angry with Rock."

  3. Adjust the slider to set the balance between background noise and music. The position of the slider determines the point at which the sound effect ends and the music begins.

  4. Choose the background sound effects to include in your advertisement. In this example, we are using car revving sounds and a horn sound effect. You can search for sound effects using the search function and select the best result for your project.

  5. Adjust the compression, music volume, and other settings as desired.

  6. Click on the "Generate" button to create the final mix of your voiceover, music, and sound effects.

  7. Listen to the generated mix and adjust any settings if necessary. If you're unsatisfied with the music or sound effects, you can click on "Generate" again to create a new mix with different music or tweak the settings and try again.

  8. Once you're satisfied with the mix, close the Auto Mix window.

Saving the Mix and Linking to the Project

  1. Navigate to the "Auto Mixes" section in the Creative and Production area of Radio Workflow.

  2. Run the query to find your mix and click on your mix.

  3. Choose "Promote Mix" to save the mix to the Storage section of Radio Workflow.

  4. Go to your advertisement project within Radio Workflow and link your Auto Mix to the project.

You have now successfully created a voiceover and Auto Mix for a radio advertisement using Radio Workflow.