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Old 2007-12-16, 01:42 PM
Kenny Smoke Kenny Smoke is offline
 
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Re: audio remastering and editing

Sound forge is a great program to look into.... I do remixes/remasters all the time... I've been a sound technician for about 26 years, own a small home studio... and love polishing some audio turds if you will... the worse the source the least amount of success you'll have making stuff better... if the basics are pretty good on the source you can make dramatic improvements to a sub par sounding recording fairly easily with a few good programs and plugins... but with older real hissy and noisy sources it takes a lot of effort for very little improvement... but if you are really interested you should defintely check out gearslutz and other forums... there's alot of knowledge out there and some guys are really cool about helping newbies onto the right path..... and I'm all for good remixes and remasters, if they are improvements over average sounding sources... just my opinion....

Happy mixing!

Peace!
Kenny -~~~~
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