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Old July 14th, 2015, 10:20 AM   #16
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Re: Odd audio sound on one word.

"can't quite afford Sound Forge right now but I did look into that."
- The lower cost Sound Forge Audio Studio 10.0 has the Smooth/Enhance process, but may not be worth it for one process. It's certainly useful for many other audio tasks as well though.
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I'm sure there are free or low cost 'smooth' plug-ins available that would do the job as well. Even attenuating the offending frequencies via EQ would likely work..

Jay: " It wouldn't be hard for me to imagine some interaction with the Shure and Marantz being the problem."
> I had a 660 for a while and would concur.
.. If the FP33 was feeding the 660 recorder, how was it hooked up? (XLR> XLR, mic or line? Tape out to 660 1/8" in? The 660's input stage clipped very easy.
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Old July 14th, 2015, 10:28 AM   #17
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Re: Odd audio sound on one word.

Rob and Rick,

Thanks. Listen toward the end of the word apply. Maybe I'm way nit-picking this thing, but sounds like shit to me. And I'm willing to bet my ears are aged more than yours!

As far as the audio files, I am not sure they are transferring the way you mention. In my editing program everything is just the way I mentioned.

Set-up: Audio Technica 899 lav going to input 1 on FP33. Rode NT3 into input 2. Input 1 panned hard left, 2 panned right.

Mic level out from mixer to mic level in on 660 via xlr. Headphone out from 660 to 1/8' audio input on Nikon D800. Headphone out on D800 to Monitor In on FP33 to monitor audio. Gain Stage everything.

In post, FCP X, raise level of Lav and lower NT3 just for ambience.

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