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Avid Express Pro, Media Composer Audio Suite

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The outside elements always seem to get in the way of your productions. I am always fighting the wind. The first and foremost thing you should make sure you have good windsocks on all of your mics. Even the lavalieres need to be socked up! But no matter how hard you try you will always have some sort of wind issues. Avid has some great tools to help fix tow of the most common audio issues! If you're shooting on a windy day, you can resolve the rumble on the mic by using the Audio Suite 7Band EQ. Just take the high-pass filter and move the frequency to 100hz. With the Db slider, move the slider to the far left until the wind rumble disappears. Move the frequency around until you get the desired results. If you shot your video near electric cables or a light, you may hear a buzz on your tape. You can remove this with your 7Band EQ. Just take a notch filter and move the frequency to 60hz. If it still buzzes, widen the Q setting. Then, take that dB slider and remove the frequency until the buzz disappears.

These tips should help you get rid of unwanted background noises!

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