audio compression prior to recording by haden taylor 11 years ago I can compress an audio file in Audition after it has been recorded. I want to know if I can apply compression to a voice during the recording process using Audition 3. I have been told it is possible
Re: audio compression prior to recording by Emmett Andrews 9 years ago No, unless your converters are garbage, S N isn't an issue. Whatever you're recording likely has less than 30dB of usable dynamic range. We're not in 1984 anymore, where 30dB plus 18 dB of headroom wo
±2db of analog 0 by Derek Hader 11 years ago Hi There, I am trying to set by audio levels on commercials we edit using Soundbooth CS3. I typically set my levels to what sorta looks sounds good, without much science or formula to guide me. Now I
Re: ±2db of analog 0 by Emmett Andrews 11 years ago To do that, you will need to know what FS calibration standard they use. It sounds like they have no idea what they're doing. Common calibrations would be -6, -9, -10, -18,-20 and -22.
Echo on audio by Paul Bibby 11 years ago This is audio I recorded on the onboard mic of an conon xm2 it has a echo how would i remove it on audition. I did put a 10db boost on it. but that does'nt seem to be the problem. thanks for all the h
Re: Echo on audio by Emmett Andrews 11 years ago No, because it can't bd done. As a video guy, you can compare it to trying to remove the dark from something filmed at night with no lights and trying to make it look like a sunny day.