Looking for someone to help clean up a digital recording.
Voices in the recording are very difficult to hear. There are high pitched noises, static and God only knows what else through out the recording.
I have held on to this recording for nearly a year, terrified of what I know it is... Some of the noises are seemlying obvious but I need to know for sure. This will help me to know if my marriage is what it seems or some ideal crap made up in my head.
So i've fallen in love with Justin Martin's remix of Anchor Song. Literally.
As it can't be released due to copyright problems there are only live recordings.
This one is the best: [MEDIA=soundcloud]goteem-unreleased/bjork-anchor-song-justin-martin-remixunreleased[/MEDIA]
As you can hear it still doesnt give justice to the song.
As i do not have experience in audio cleaning;
Would any of you be down to try to clean this file and give it more power?
As some of you know, I have 2 Vintage AKG C-414's with the original Telefunken CK12 Brass Capsules.
These were the capsules that were used in the Telefunken ELAM and the AKG C12 mics. The C-414's also used this capsule until around 1980 or so, at which point they changed to a mylar diaphragm.
The thought occurred to me that neither of these have ever had the brass diaphragms cleaned.
Two are Sennheisers - 409 dynamics; gold faced on the front, black faced on the back - and the others are a pair of EV 408A super cardioids that I used to use for "animal" drummers - those types of drummers who would generally hit everything BUT the drum heads. Mics, rims, etc... you know the type I'm talking about.
Nothing to scream "Eureka!" about, like finding a vintage C-12 or something - then again, I wouldn't have ever forgotten if I owned a C-12. LOL
I've got a request, but I'm not sure if these are the right forums to come asking. If they aren't, please point me in the right direction, because Google did not.
There is a particular audio file I have of an old song that has some damage. It's mainly that annoying crisping sound throughout the song, but it really bothers me because it's such a beautiful song.
i'm using cakewalk sonar 8.5 but i haven't tried mixing my guitar sounds yet. I have guitar rig, but would you say this was the one to use
I don't want to rip it, should I just wet it and let it air dry or is there a better way? I'm surprised its not in my assistant engineers handbook by Tim Crich.
Any suggestions would be great.
i brought an old (1980) allen and heath 16-4-2 mkII mixer on ebay for barely anything and im trying to get it working.
i dont know much about electronics, but i succeeded in building the power supply based on the diagram in the user manual, so i am reasonable competent.