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Old October 4th, 2005, 09:59 AM   #16
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Small update:

On Sunday, we went to the location and did a scene simulation with my boom operator and another of my volunteer crew folks - And the wife on the camera :)

The results were just outstanding. The recorded audio stayed right around -12db.

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This was taken at our location. This is two people about 3 feet apart on a park bench. The mic is positioned about a foot in front of the two people, centered between them, and amined at the bench and about a foot above them.

The mic has a Rycote Softie on it and there is about a 5mph breeze. R-1 was set to MP3/384K
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Old October 4th, 2005, 10:08 AM   #17
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That's a very clear and intelligible recording. However, I hear a pretty high level if hiss in that recording. Not meant as a criticism, I am trying to clean up my own sound and hiss is an issue for me.
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Old October 4th, 2005, 10:57 AM   #18
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Have you applied any NR to your recording? That MP3 is untouched and I hear what you are referencing there as well. I did take it into Audition and cleaned it up and it sounds much better, but I wanted to post an exact result here of what I was getting.

My boom operator was having some issue with the cabling and after checking it I determined it to be a POS and I bought a new cable for the boom setup yesterday so I will post another example after I test out that configuration at the final crew rehersal this Sunday.

I would be very interested to hear from others on methods to reduce that hiss as well as any other tips for improving the audio.
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