Extra Noise

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Kyuss50myt, Oct 23, 2004.

  1. Kyuss50myt

    Kyuss50myt Guest

    When im recording without a mic, using mon. seand straight to a comp thru a mixing board how do i reduce noise in my recording. (like hisss) ?

    is it something to do with the instrament?
    or can i do something in editing?
  2. Kyuss50myt

    Kyuss50myt Guest


    Ive played around with cakewalk music creator pro24 and sound forge 6, i found some smooth/enhance and i smooth it way out... and it clears the hiss up, but now my highs are muffled out and muffled when before the tone was perfect... but the hiss was insane.

    ive also messed with my volumes thru the mixer, but that doesnt do $*^t. wow im learning
  3. golli

    golli Active Member

    Apr 17, 2003
    If I understand you correctly, you are not using a michrophone and are recording thru a mono send?? into a mixer, into a DAW. What are you recording? Are you getting a hiss from a DI box?? Are you getting a hiss from the mixers EQ??..........................

    Can you bypass any components on the way?

    There are a few Noise reduction programs out there.

    Look into products from Sonic Foundry/Sony Noise Reduction 2.0. BIAS, Soundsoap.
    Waves Restoration Bundle (very expencive).
    And more.

    Make sure it is Direct-X compatible, for SF 6.0
  4. spiteface

    spiteface Guest

    having a mixer with a high pass filter is always nice..
  5. MadTiger3000

    MadTiger3000 Active Member

    Nov 16, 2004

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