If you’re on a budget, definitely check out Audacity. Why? It’s free! Nothing beats free! Of course Audacity has its limits in terms of ease of editing waveforms, EQ’ing and compressing. Most professional studios are equipped with Pro Tools. That said, I personally prefer and use Adobe Audition. It’s generally pretty easy to learn and understand, and for voiceovers, when you’re usually just working with one mono audio track, it’s more than enough.

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