I can never seem to find the previous post that's just like my issue. I have a short sequence with 2 people talking, recorded at different times. The female voice sounds ever so slightly like she is in a hall. Just the slightest echo or reverb to it. I think the mike was just a bit too far and she projected a bit too much. This issue makes the voices sound vastly different and she is a bit hard to understand. Can anyone recommend a filter or a process that can eliminate that echo sound. Thanks.
iZotope's RX3 has a Deverb filter (it may only be in RX3 Advanced) that might help. In addition to Mark's suggestion you can try adding a bit of eq in the 200-400Hz range to add some warmth and body as long as that doesn't exacerbate the issue. And you can try sweeping the frequencies with a parametric eq with a narrow Q that's set to maximum cut to see if you can find a freq that decreases the offending sound. If you find the spot, then adjust the eq cut so you just start hearing the improvement. Don't cut too much.
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Just to follow up. I tried the free trial of Izoptope RX3 Advanced. Really good stuff. The de-reverberation filter made it completely go away. Problem is I just can't pull the trigger with the cost of it as I couldn't say when I would ever use it again. You can't keep the repair with the trial. For the money the software costs, we are better of financially re-shooting. But, for those of you with deep pockets, I urge you to try that package, it has automated and manual features. The denoiser is excellent too. Thanks to all that had input here.