Low pass filter for FM radio recording by Lee Overstreet 14 years ago I need to create a good low pass filter for recordings I have of a radio show I used to do. The recordings are on VHS hi-fi and were recorded over the air. The sound quality problems vary over the man
Re: Low pass filter for FM radio recording by Mike Aurand 10 years ago Yes, analog FM & TV(audio) broadcasts are limited to 50hz - 15,000hz. You are correct about the 19,000hz pilot tone. This indicates to a stereo receiver that the station is in stereo. The audio you ar
Sharing a drive/folder by Mike Aurand 12 years ago I have an external (USB) HD I want to share, or at least a folder on it, with a PC. I can;t figure out or find what I need to do. Is this even possible
Lost System HD by Mike Aurand 12 years ago Ok I'm not that fluent in Mac. I have a user who works on a Quad G5. 10.4 Somehow he has lost his system drive. The computer boots and runs fine but the Hard Drive is not on the desktop anymore. How c
Re: Lost System HD by Mike Aurand 12 years ago I found a way to fix the problem. It was hidden. I got this info from macrumors.com Using FileBuddy from macupdate.com 1. Enable administrator privileges 2. File - Get Info - Choose - Macintosh HD (de
HDV on CS3 by Mike Aurand 12 years ago I'm looking to build an editor for my personal use. I have a Sony HDV camera. At work we use Final Cut but I don't really have Apple money to spend. Is anyone doing HDV and what are your system spec W
Best Compression for DVD Please Weigh in by Reggie Spires 12 years ago I am creating a DVD. Can you please give me the different opinions as to which compressor is best. Specifically Quicktime Animation vs. Microsoft DV AVI DV NTSC. Thanks in advanced Project is 720 x 48
Stereo to mono problem by Jar Hur 12 years ago When converting a file from stereo to mono, Audition severely suppresses the amplitude of the entire file. see photo: tinyurl -dot- com 46l96m This happens when using both the Convert Sample Rate meth
Re: Stereo to mono problem by Mike Aurand 12 years ago When you convert it asks what percentage of each track you want. Make sure it's no less than 50%. I guess it's also possible that your out of phase. That could cause your problem and explain why it fo
ID3 Tags Not Saving / DirectX Compressor by Simon Dunn 12 years ago I am using Cool Edit Pro, and whenever I save out an mp3, with ID3 tags all filled in, it doesn't seem to save them along with the file. Any thoughts Also, it would be great if anyone can direct me to
Au 3 Pops when I hit play by John Goerner 12 years ago I just upgraded to Au 3 and am experiencing a loud pop just about everytime I press play. I dont remember this happening in 2 or it was so long ago that I can't remember what I did to fix it. Any thou
Re: Au 3 Pops when I hit play by Mike Aurand 12 years ago Well, I don't have any experience with Windows on Mac. You might be better using boot camp and boot into Windows to give it the full system resources.
Exporting to a external HD by David Shiriwastaw 12 years ago Dear anyone who has any information, Working with Adobe Premiere Pro 2, my editor and I are running into problems exporting our movie to an avi. The computer we are using to edit is by all accounts a
Re: Exporting to a external HD by Mike Aurand 12 years ago Not 100% sure but I know there are sometimes issues with files over 2 gigs. If your using all NTFS then it's less of an issue. Try just coping the files and not doing anything via Premiere.
Is NTSC-colorsafe still important? by david lincoln brooks 12 years ago In using PREMIERE, sometimes I use other, smaller, peripheral programs to get the video audio format I desire. There have been times when teh program will ask me whether I want to encode a particular
Re: Is NTSC-colorsafe still important? by Mike Aurand 12 years ago Well, is your video going to be distributed via NTSC broadcast TV Cable Then, yes. If you are making DVDs then it is still very smart to do. If everything is for web only then no it doesn't matter at
Popping P's Removal by Cait Rybiski 12 years ago I work at a college radio station and I do a lot of live on-air recordings of local musicians, and I try and edit them down to the best of my abilities- which are extremely ameteur, I will warn you no
Adding audio to saved files by david anderson 12 years ago I basically wanna be able to oontinue recording where I left off last time. I tried to click on the point where I wanna start recording, but I ended up recording over the whole thing. How can I open m
Re: Adding audio to saved files by Mike Aurand 12 years ago All you should have to do is click to end of track and then click record. DO NOT highlight a section. You'll only record there. It will overwrite from the mark on.
monitoring while recording.... by Dana L. Butler 12 years ago Can anyone tell me how to record live to a second track while listening to the first track without recording the first track to the second (Audition 1.5) ....Electric piano line in to computer.
Re: monitoring while recording.... by Mike Aurand 12 years ago There may be 2 ways. If you have a mixer with at least 2 buses then you need to set it up so the computer output goes to 2 only and the input goes to 1 & 2. Then you monitor 2 and you're good to go. (
can't record second track in multitrack box by Jan Kaspers 12 years ago I use audition 2. Via the Edit box I can record a track. I put this track on the 1st track in the multitrack box. There I want to record a second track while listening to the first track. I push the a
bad voice-over audio by fergal Cunningham 12 years ago Hi all, I'm making a quick medical tutorial DVD and the voice-over has been recorded badly, the sound level is too high and at moments the audio meter goes red. It's not everywhere, just certain words
Re: bad voice-over audio by Mike Aurand 12 years ago If you have Adobe Audition 3 it has a GREAT effect that does wonders for distortion. It's called Clip Restoration (audio clipping when the wave squares off ). Effects Restoration Clip Restoration. Set