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reverbs & feed-backs in original recordings

 
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YaleDog



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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 7:45 pm    Post subject: reverbs & feed-backs in original recordings Reply with quote

I am wondering if somebody knows this:
Is it at all possible to eliminate a huge and awful feedback on a very old recording I am trying to save (.au file). The mic of this amateur person probably was too close to their speakers, or other... Can I eliminate this before I burn it on CD??? HELP

YaleDog (ps. I am quite new at "editing" myself, I am a musician, ergo, I always PLAY music and let others do the recording stuff. )

THANK YOU !
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CDJonah_alt



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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2007 8:26 pm    Post subject: reverbs & feed-backs in original recordings Reply with quote

I would try (instructions for AP -- it should work similarly for AII, I
think the menus and commands will be the same.) I don't remember whether
the Amadeuses (Amadei) read au file; I will leave that as an exercise
for the reader.
1) Select a portion of the signal where one has a "nice" feedback
signal and use analyze>spectrum
2) From the result, you should be able to see what the dominant
frequency range is.
3) Go to denoising>suppress frequency band and use the values from 2.
4) Hope

If the frequency of the feedback seems to change across the recording,
do the above on appropriate sections.

Chuck

YaleDog wrote:
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I am wondering if somebody knows this:
Is it at all possible to eliminate a huge and awful feedback on a very old recording I am trying to save (.au file). The mic of this amateur person probably was too close to their speakers, or other... Can I eliminate this before I burn it on CD??? HELP

YaleDog (ps. I am quite new at "editing" myself, I am a musician, ergo, I always PLAY music and let others do the recording stuff. )

THANK YOU !
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Bristol RI (USA) & Montreal QC (Canada)




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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 6:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chuck:

Thanks a million. It took a long time but I got used to it and got faster. It is not PERFECT, but it sure is 1000x better. Cya here soon I hope.

YaleDog (Alexander)

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