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    I've recorded some video from a concert we were at. It was only recorded on a digital camera but while the picture is superb and the sound is fine when theres just talking but as soon as the music starts its too loud and gets really drowned out by bass and drums and you lose the guitar and vocals. Is there any software that can do some magic and get it to sound respectable again?

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    Only Harry Potter with his magic wand will be able to sort that out. There is absolutely nothing you can do I'm afraid.

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    D'oh. Oh well. Thanks anyway

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    If the band you filmed have a CD with the same songs, you could always use that sound instead.

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    Or just pay to go back to a gig

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