Trying Out The Goyo Voice Separator Plugin: Is It Worth Adding To Your Podcast Editing Toolbox?

Hey everyone! If you're anything like me, you've probably come across mentions of this intriguing new denoising plugin named Goyo. The buzz was loud enough to get me curious.

I decided to roll up my sleeves and deep dive into the world of Goyo. First impressions? Their site mentions it as a three-in-one plugin - boasting of denoise, de-reverb, and de-voice capabilities. How does it do all this, you ask? Goyo separates the audio to manage ambient noise, deliver clear voice audio (close to studio quality), and handle voice reverb. Sounds too good to be true? I thought so too.

Diving into my trusted shootout clip, the one with all that background chatter and an irritating laptop fan, Goyo really proved its worth. The ambient noises were significantly reduced, leaving behind clear voice audio. It worked impressively well, even on clips laden with heavy reverb. And comparing it side by side with Acon Digital Deverberate 3, Goyo seemed to strike a natural balance, especially at aggressive settings.

But what truly stood out was the sheer ease of using the plugin. Within just about an hour of tinkering, Goyo showcased potential that rivals established names in the audio cleaning industry. The future looks promising for Goyo, and I'm here for the journey!

Until next time.