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Old August 21st, 2009, 10:49 AM   #16
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if you have too much bass after reducing the noise in SF take some out with the Graphic EQ. Use a 10 or 20 band and start from the left-little bites, work thru the sliders to the right, 4 or 5, and just take a little at a time. Also before you do that, bring the new track back into SF and try reducing the hiss (if that's what it is) a bit more. Remember, small bites not a big one at once.
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Old August 21st, 2009, 11:09 AM   #17
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if you have too much bass after reducing the noise in SF take some out with the Graphic EQ. Use a 10 or 20 band and start from the left-little bites, work thru the sliders to the right, 4 or 5, and just take a little at a time. Also before you do that, bring the new track back into SF and try reducing the hiss (if that's what it is) a bit more. Remember, small bites not a big one at once.

thanks Don , i will try this tonight and let u know
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Old August 22nd, 2009, 07:35 AM   #18
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Hi Wajahat

I had a similar problem where a gardener turned on a water fountain during the wedding ceremony and i had heavy water noise. If the frequency is fairly constant you just might be able to get away with the default SFX plugins that should already be loaded by default.

At the beginning of the track, in the header your trackfx icon should already be highlighted in green showing the default plugins so click that icon.

By default Vegas should have loaded the noise gate, eq and compressor. Select the EQ plugin and click on Channel 1 then play the audio and set the gain down to minium then adjust the frequency while listening to the audio. If you are lucky you just might be able to find the frequency of the fzzzz and eliminate it. You might have to play with all 4 channels to find out if it will work but I was certainly able to filter out my water noise pretty well.

It's gonna be tough however if the main audio is also very low as you suggest.

Worth a shot anyway!!!

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Old August 22nd, 2009, 08:53 AM   #19
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PM me a small sample of the audio and I'll see what I can do with it tomorrow.
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Old August 23rd, 2009, 06:58 PM   #20
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Sony Noise Reduction plugin , is that within Sony Vegas ? how do i use it ?
Sony NR is available in Vegas as a demo only (it inserts beep tones). Just go buy SoundForge and it will come with the NR plugin in Vegas (full version).

I bought SF this spring and now I do almost all my audio work (besides simple level changes) in SF. Much more powerful than Vegas.
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