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In Vocal Recording Basics Part 2, we discussed the use of specific techniques to make the most of audio recording a home or project studio. Those techniques go the furthest in creating a clean sounding recording – using the right tools takes everything a step further. Few distinguishing characteristics of microphones matter aside from its frequency response. Frequency response describes how a microphone (or another device) picks up sounds across...
If you’ve ever used voice chat in Discord, you may have experienced audio that seems to drop out inconsistently, making the other users difficult to hear. Fortunately, Discord offers a simple solution to remedy this problem, and it only requires a minor tweak in the app settings. The Problem Discord enables a noise gate by default for voice chat. The noise gate helps eliminate electronic and background noise by cutting...
One of the first steps most people take to improve their camera’s audio is buying an external microphone. However, not all external camera mics make significant improvements in audio quality. Few improvements exist to increase a microphone’s ability to capture sound from a distance. An article from Shure said this, “The reality is that microphones do not reach out and grab the sound from a distance. They merely measure pressure...
We created a pack of ten custom presets for Adobe Premiere Pro, designed to help improve your audio and to expedite your workflow. We’ll cover how to use each of them. We included a .zip file containing the presets below, and instructions on how to get started using them. Finewav Audio Effect Presets for Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 To begin using these presets, see our guide on how to...
This is a short tutorial on how to import presets in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019. The steps are very simple, and allows you to install custom presets, or create and share your own. Professional editing workflows often require repetitive actions, so we recommend having a good set of presets to get more work done with fewer clicks.  Step 1: Click the Effects panel at the top of the screen...
Apple’s 3.5mm Lightning Audio Adapter costs only $8, and combined with a headphone/microphone splitter, creates an inexpensive way to record audio from an external source onto an Apple device. This comes in handy for mobile recording, and can be used to capture audio from a microphone, mixer, or a portable recorder, and can even be used to capture audio for video alongside the iPhone/iPad’s built-in camera.  Because these cables are...
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