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  • Kara Noble #667638817
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    Hi Guys,

    how's the sound today?

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/bxy5qfj9p3yawy9/city-kara-noble.mp3?dl=0

     

    thanks, SO helpful to have you in my corner!

    Kara

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  • Angela Serrano #830202147
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    Hi Kara!

    Here to help anytime! Glad this is helpful for you <3

    There's still some hiss noise in the background and recording sounds a bit filtered. You can pick up the noise by listening to the end of the file. I recommend you turn the volume on your headphones up a bit if it gets challenging for you to pick it up. 

    Have you tried adding a de-esser and targeting the frequency where the hiss is more prominent? This could help a lot!

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  • Percy Dube #360184609664
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    It was my understanding that we are not allowed to, in any way, alter the audio with filters, e.q., compression, noise gating, noise reduction, de-essing, or the like.  Is this not the case??

     

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  • Angela Serrano #830202147
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    Hi Percy

    We do recommend the recordings to be unprocessed if possible. We may only suggest very subtle equalization (like a de-esser) when we see it fit. However, we expect the audio to work without any kind of processing as much as possible. 

     

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