For those of you in the UK: The BBC soap opera Eastenders celebrated 25 years of production, to celebrate this they had an intriguing storyline 'Who Killed Archie Mitchell' amongst other stories. They also did a first in Eastenders and did the who donnit reveal LIVE, I thought it was really good.
I have a question with the sound; I know that the sound is always different on live events compared to pre-recorded programmes. I just wondered why this is so, on the pre-recorded programmes the sound, sounds processed. Its like it has padding and sounds all fluffy and clean.
Just wondered if anyone knows the sound processes that goes on to achieve this.
So my question is:- What is done to the sound?
How can this be achieved with normal pro/semi pro software like sony vegas/adobe soundbooth
Or does it require a string of equipment through to specialist software to achieve this.