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    Question Seaking help with audio

    Hi all,

    Some time ago we filmed for a new series.
    The equipement we could use was okay, not the best of the best.
    Now my problem is the audio; it sounds horrible.

    There is a lot of noise, doesn't sound warm, volume is off and it isn't all that clear sounding,
    I'm not a pro with audio, in fact; I'm a super newb with audio.
    Could someone please help me what to do?

    What plug-ins/programs should I use?
    With Adobe Audition; what should I put over the audio (filters etc)
    What is the best volume for all the dialog?

    If it's possible, I ofcourse would like it to be free.
    But if there's a perfect program/plug-in for this, money can be spend.

    Thank you!!

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    Thanks for your comment!

    The noise is still there during the dialog, but it's much less. Most of it is pretty good to understand.

    So, the only thing I can do is reduce the noise somewhat and that's it?
    Can I do anything to make it sound a bit more warm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeyBandit View Post
    Thanks for your comment!

    The noise is still there during the dialog, but it's much less. Most of it is pretty good to understand.

    So, the only thing I can do is reduce the noise somewhat and that's it?
    Can I do anything to make it sound a bit more warm?
    ok - it might take a little while - but you can see the dialog in the audio waveform - trim away all the audio that isn't dialog - then add a second track of whatever ambient sounds you want - that's probably the best you can do - manually intensive but will go quickly once you get started

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    If you're going to do more than very basic editing you'll want to be able to monitor your audio accurately. That means decent studio monitors in a good acoustic environment. But without a certain amount of skill and experience you can spend a lot of time experimenting. It may be faster and more cost effective to send the audio to a specialist than to buy software.
    Last edited by bouldersoundguy; 03-26-2016 at 03:04 PM.

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