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 Post subject: Audio Processing...
PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2012 7:16 am 
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Does anyone out there have any tips for the best post processing for a straight smallpipes recording?

Using Audacity 2; I have taken the meeting of the waters clips from my signature and:
1. Trimmed it slightly more.
2. Done some noise removal.
3. Added a very brief fade in at the start to cover my slightly clumsy startup.
4. Normalised it to a slightly louder level.

Here is the result:
Meeting of the Waters and Corn Riggs - Edited...

Anything else you would do? (Apart from re-record it with a better player that is...)

Chris.

[Mod Note: Copied with link to Trad Tech Forum.]

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Smallpipes: The Meeting of the Waters. Corn Riggs
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 Post subject: Re: Audio Processing...
PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2012 10:30 am 
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Sounds good to me.

Here's a recording of my smallpipes:
"Mairies Wedding"

I just trimmed to length.


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