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Pat DeFilippo
Blackberry audio Interference
on Jul 23, 2010 at 4:03:34 am

Hello,

I have a tape that has intermittent audio problems, probably caused by a Blackberry.

Does anyone know how to reduce this noise in FCP or Soundtrack Pro or any other program?

Thank you,
-Pat

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John Pale
Re: Blackberry audio Interference
on Jul 23, 2010 at 4:24:35 am

You might have some luck with the techniques described in this..but it probably won't be entirely fixable.

http://www.geniusdv.com/news_and_tutorials/2010/02/removing_noise_with_soun...


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Michael Gissing
Re: Blackberry audio Interference
on Jul 23, 2010 at 5:52:38 am


Most likely not. Noise reduction software is designed to recognise clicks or broadband noise, hum and hum harmonics. Even using a 'spectral fingerprint' type of NR it is unlikely that the highly variable sound of rf interference can be eliminated.

It can also be done with a lot of manual editing or waveform redrawing, a feature not found in FCP.


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John Pale
Re: Blackberry audio Interference
on Jul 23, 2010 at 7:09:43 pm

Michael is probably right...but its worth few minutes of your time to try.

I was pleasantly surprised at how much I was able to improve things with a project that had this problem, particularly using the spectrum view. Got rid of the audible "bleeps" pretty easily, as they were very visible and different from the background audio. The other rf noise was more difficult..could not totally remove it, but made it much better.

A lot depends on what the cell phone interference and the audio you want to keep sound like.


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