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I do a LOT of editing on the waveform level - deleting the spaces between phrases, and also, adjusting gain on individual phrases if they're lower or higher than they should be.
So why not use a compressor or limiter? Feeding a consistent level into dynamics processors means you don't have to use as much compression, so you get a more natural sound.
I've also made a GREAT find - the Pauly Superscreen. It's expensive, but far and away the best pop filter I've ever used. I tend to close-mic a lot, and used to have to spend time dealing with editing out plosives, even when doubling up pop filters. The Pauly just totally rocks for getting rid of plosives.
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