In my latest recording, all but two of my audios were good. The two bad ones almost sounds tinny with lisps. I didn't find out until I was fixing that in Audition that the reason for those two bad audios was that my volume was too loud while recording it. I don't think that I did see the volume meter go up high. I am just wondering how I can fix this in the future before recording it.
Hello midnight starr,
You're going to have to provide much more information if you wish to have others consider your problem.
Were you recording with Premiere Pro? If not, this might not be the best place to search for assistance.
What hardware were you using? Mic? Recorder? Format?
It doesn't sound like a professional studio crisp and clear audio.
The best way to acheive professional studio quality audio will be to follow professional studio recording practices.
I would look into improving your recording set-up. Even small changes can help improve quality. Can you set up your mic in a space which is isloated from noise? Recording in a closet or using improvised baffles around you while you record can help. I found these references with a quick search:
Using audio processing (ie. noise reduction) to improve the quality of a recording is less ideal than starting with a good recording.