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Emmett Andrews

Member Since:
April 10th 2007
102 Posts
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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.
Finding individual notes of a chord using Audition
by Art Vandelay 11 years ago
Hello everyone, I was wondering whether it is possible to use Audition to find out the individual notes that make up a certain chord. I opened a sound file containing a guitar chord, and used the Freq
Re: Finding individual notes of a chord using Audition
by Emmett Andrews 11 years ago
When Melodyne 4 comes out this fall, its Direct Note Access will be able to do this. At the moment, there is no way to do it.
Completely new---some audio recording help please. :)
by Whitney Haskell 11 years ago
Hi, I am completely new to using Adobe Audition, and I have a question about how to record audio direct to file in AA3. How do I do it I was told that recording direct to file was good for optimum sou
Re: Completely new---some audio recording help please. :)
by Emmett Andrews 11 years ago
If you record in multitrack, you will be recording direct to disk.
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.
Keep voice, remove background noise and music
by Ryan Moyer 11 years ago
I have a rather long video clip. At several points throughout the clip, there is some background noise and also some background music that occurs at the same time as someone speaking. I would like to
Re: Keep voice, remove background noise and music
by Emmett Andrews 11 years ago
As I said, no magic involved and it isn't recognizing the voice. It is recognizing correlated audio. There is enough of the background noise that is both correlated and uncorrelated that your ears are
Audition results clip sibilence, but don't show on waveform
by David Owen 11 years ago
Whenever I apply multiband compression to a 32-bit voiceover file (edit view), I end up with good audio EXCEPT that the very high frequencies sound clipped. I always take the precaution to normalize t
Re: Audition results clip sibilence, but don't show on waveform
by Emmett Andrews 11 years ago
Are you using a professional interface and mic Compressing will highlight flaws in low-end or consumer gear.
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