Re: [podcasters] Interview: What to do about the noise on the non-speaking part?
- It was 15 Jul 2008, when Richard Amirault commented:
> ----- Original Message -----True. But since the question was about eliminating noise -between-
> From: "David Smith"
> > Yesterday I recorded a quick-and-dirty episode of my podcast, sitting out
> > on the front porch with fairly heavy traffic going by
> > One thing I was really impressed with was the tremendous job Levelator
> > did eliminating noise from when I wasn't talking. Sounds kind of odd,
> > actually; you can hear the cars going by while I'm talking, and dead
> > silence between.
> My $.02 ... that senerio (hearing the 'noise' when there is voice .. not
> hearing the same 'noise' when the speaker pauses) BUGS the hell out of me.
> It is very annoying, and only serves to draw attention to the 'noise'
> Of course YMMV.
speeches, and it does that well, I thought it was worth bringing up.
Never did figure out what to do about noise behind speech, other than not
having it there in the first place. I explained the aforementioned quick-
and-dirty episode in the episode itself. Long story. Almost 50 years
long, so far.
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