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Old 2007-06-28, 07:56 PM
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Audio Editing Help

I'm working on a project right now and need a little help with audio post production. I have two concerts one is from a single audience source and the other is from two different audience sources. For the first recording I need help smoothing it. It seems to get a bit over-modulated. There are limits with impovement but I was hoping someone could give me a hand. The latter two, one needs smoothing the other needs the best elements brought up and the weaker ones brought down. This project is legit. Not a bootleg of any type I have the band's total authorization and this is going to be part of a movie project I'm working on. I only ask on this forum because I know this is populated by a few people who work quite a bit with sound for boots and do a fantastic job. I can't pay, but you will most certainly get credit for your efforts. Send me a message if you're interested.
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