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This recording was made from a device hidden in a light fitting. The major problem with this file is very loud hum. The first thing I did with this file, as I do with all digital media, is convert it into a lossless format (wav) for further work. This is because, say I was working with mp3's, every time I made an alteration to the mp3 and then saved, the audio would degrade in quality. For this task I use DBPoweramp, which makes this task easy. Next I ran the file in the Diamond Cut Forensics 30 band graphics equalizer, using the default speech setting. This cuts out any audio that isn't in the vocal frequency range.

 

Next, I moved to Izotope RX Advanced. I ran the Voice De-noise module. Voice De-noise intelligently analyzes speech signals and determines the best noise threshold for the signal. I then ran De-hum. It is designed to remove persistent tonal noise.

 

Finally, I opened Diamond Cut again and ran the Spectral filter. Using the Default Forensics setting. This filter is essentially a very high resolution Graphic Equalizer.

 

That was the final edit I needed to make for this audio file.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The major problem with this file is very loud hum. The first thing I did with this file, as I do with all digital media, is convert it into a lossless format (wav) for further work. This is because, say I was working with mp3's, every time I made an alteration to the mp3 and then saved, the audio would degrade in quality. For this task I use DBPoweramp, which makes this task easy. Next I ran the file in the Diamond Cut Forensics 30 band graphics equalizer, using the default speech setting. This cuts out any audio that isn't in the vocal frequency range.

 

Next, I moved to Izotope RX Advanced. I ran the Voice De-noise module. Voice De-noise intelligently analyzes speech signals and determines the best noise threshold for the signal. I then ran De-hum. It is designed to remove persistent tonal noise.

 

Finally, I opened Diamond Cut again and ran the Spectral filter. Using the Default Forensics setting. This filter is essentially a very high resolution Graphic Equalizer.

 

That was the final edit I needed to make for this audio file.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The major problem with this file is very loud hum. The first thing I did with this file, as I do with all digital media, is convert it into a lossless format (wav) for further work. This is because, say I was working with mp3's, every time I made an alteration to the mp3 and then saved, the audio would degrade in quality. For this task I use DBPoweramp, which makes this task easy. Next I ran the file in the Diamond Cut Forensics 30 band graphics equalizer, using the default speech setting. This cuts out any audio that isn't in the vocal frequency range.

 

Next, I moved to Izotope RX Advanced. I ran the Voice De-noise module. Voice De-noise intelligently analyzes speech signals and determines the best noise threshold for the signal. I then ran De-hum. It is designed to remove persistent tonal noise.

 

Finally, I opened Diamond Cut again and ran the Spectral filter. Using the Default Forensics setting. This filter is essentially a very high resolution Graphic Equalizer.

 

That was the final edit I needed to make for this audio file.

 

Before

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The major problem with this file is very loud hum. The first thing I did with this file, as I do with all digital media, is convert it into a lossless format (wav) for further work. This is because, say I was working with mp3's, every time I made an alteration to the mp3 and then saved, the audio would degrade in quality. For this task I use DBPoweramp, which makes this task easy. Next I ran the file in the Diamond Cut Forensics 30 band graphics equalizer, using the default speech setting. This cuts out any audio that isn't in the vocal frequency range.

 

Next, I moved to Izotope RX Advanced. I ran the Voice De-noise module. Voice De-noise intelligently analyzes speech signals and determines the best noise threshold for the signal. I then ran De-hum. It is designed to remove persistent tonal noise.

 

Finally, I opened Diamond Cut again and ran the Spectral filter. Using the Default Forensics setting. This filter is essentially a very high resolution Graphic Equalizer.

 

That was the final edit I needed to make for this audio file.

 

Before

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The major problem with this file is very loud hum. The first thing I did with this file, as I do with all digital media, is convert it into a lossless format (wav) for further work. This is because, say I was working with mp3's, every time I made an alteration to the mp3 and then saved, the audio would degrade in quality. For this task I use DBPoweramp, which makes this task easy. Next I ran the file in the Diamond Cut Forensics 30 band graphics equalizer, using the default speech setting. This cuts out any audio that isn't in the vocal frequency range.

 

Next, I moved to Izotope RX Advanced. I ran the Voice De-noise module. Voice De-noise intelligently analyzes speech signals and determines the best noise threshold for the signal. I then ran De-hum. It is designed to remove persistent tonal noise.

 

Finally, I opened Diamond Cut again and ran the Spectral filter. Using the Default Forensics setting. This filter is essentially a very high resolution Graphic Equalizer.

 

That was the final edit I needed to make for this audio file.

 

Before

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The major problem with this file is very loud hum. The first thing I did with this file, as I do with all digital media, is convert it into a lossless format (wav) for further work. This is because, say I was working with mp3's, every time I made an alteration to the mp3 and then saved, the audio would degrade in quality. For this task I use DBPoweramp, which makes this task easy. Next I ran the file in the Diamond Cut Forensics 30 band graphics equalizer, using the default speech setting. This cuts out any audio that isn't in the vocal frequency range.

 

Next, I moved to Izotope RX Advanced. I ran the Voice De-noise module. Voice De-noise intelligently analyzes speech signals and determines the best noise threshold for the signal. I then ran De-hum. It is designed to remove persistent tonal noise.

 

Finally, I opened Diamond Cut again and ran the Spectral filter. Using the Default Forensics setting. This filter is essentially a very high resolution Graphic Equalizer.

 

That was the final edit I needed to make for this audio file.

 

Before

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The major problem with this file is very loud hum. The first thing I did with this file, as I do with all digital media, is convert it into a lossless format (wav) for further work. This is because, say I was working with mp3's, every time I made an alteration to the mp3 and then saved, the audio would degrade in quality. For this task I use DBPoweramp, which makes this task easy. Next I ran the file in the Diamond Cut Forensics 30 band graphics equalizer, using the default speech setting. This cuts out any audio that isn't in the vocal frequency range.

 

Next, I moved to Izotope RX Advanced. I ran the Voice De-noise module. Voice De-noise intelligently analyzes speech signals and determines the best noise threshold for the signal. I then ran De-hum. It is designed to remove persistent tonal noise.

 

Finally, I opened Diamond Cut again and ran the Spectral filter. Using the Default Forensics setting. This filter is essentially a very high resolution Graphic Equalizer.

 

That was the final edit I needed to make for this audio file.