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Re: boosting gain w/pre after recording
« Reply #15 on: June 21, 2011, 12:02:50 AM »
It just takes a while to learn and play with it. Just make sure you've got a very detailed playback setup, and always remember, less is better. Sometimes I leave what I can tell is an issue, just so I don't create a new issue by having a heavy hand in it.

Very true. I tried several times to eliminate coughing but most of the time I ended up worse off, eliminating sound as well.
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Re: boosting gain w/pre after recording
« Reply #16 on: June 21, 2011, 12:26:00 AM »
It just takes a while to learn and play with it. Just make sure you've got a very detailed playback setup, and always remember, less is better. Sometimes I leave what I can tell is an issue, just so I don't create a new issue by having a heavy hand in it.

Very true. I tried several times to eliminate coughing but most of the time I ended up worse off, eliminating sound as well.

For something like that, I use RX's spectral selector and then either use a straight gain adjustment (on just that selection) or something similar. I've reduced people who whistled after every song and stood next to me that way. Its a handy little tool if you've got the time to learn how to use it well.
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Re: boosting gain w/pre after recording
« Reply #17 on: June 21, 2011, 10:25:06 AM »
Very true. I tried several times to eliminate coughing but most of the time I ended up worse off, eliminating sound as well.

Have you tried throwing cough drops at the problem?

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