Tuesday Apr 28, 2020

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Quick Tip: Remove

Audio Background Noise

and Reverb Easily

When you are shooting on location, especially as a one-man-band filmmaker, there are times when you cannot switch the…
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By Jeff Loch
cinema5d.com

When you are shooting on location, especially as a one-man-band filmmaker, there are times when you cannot switch the air conditioning off or add some sound blankets to attenuate the reverb of a room. For interior setups, the concept is similar: air conditioning, people walking in the office next door, power supplies, and so on. Of course, by using the right microphone for the situation, shooting in a quiet environment, or switching unnecessary equipment off, you can reduce |background noise| as much as possible.

ReverbWhen you are recording interior dialogue scenes or interviews, audio reverberation or reverb is one of your worst enemies. A reverberation, or reverb, is created when a sound or signal is reflected causing a large number of reflections to build up and then decay as the….

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