I had a studio shoot yesterday and the studio had a lack of sound blankets. Therefore, my audio was bouncing off the floor and hard cyc and sounds a little echo-y. Is there a tool out there that can remove that "studio sound" and make it sound "flatter?" Any help will be greatly appreciated.
"For three days after death, hair and fingernails keep growing. The phone calls taper off, though.
- Johnny Carson
Theoretically... very theoretically... if you duplicate just the "echo" on another track and manage to line them up, you MIGHT phase-cancel some of the unwanted noise out, but there's very little chance you'll end up with anything that doesn't sound weird. Alternatively, just duplicating the track itself and forcing some phase cancellation might do something useful.
This is kind of left-field... don't waste too much time on the idea.