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Chris Wright
Re: Order of effects
on May 12, 2018 at 2:24:28 pm

This is the order I do my audio for film. I put effects in order of non destructive.

1. dc offset - offset power errors affects dynamic range so this goes first, a critical pre-alignment step
2. match volume - normalize 'peak amplitude' everything to -6db to see serious errors easier like clipping, offsets, phasing etc.
3. declip - run declip effect, remove buzzing with dynamics processing, notch filter the rest.
4. equalize - run parametric equalizer to reduce wind, hiss via freq cut, give vocal clarity 'D' curve
5. phase correct - once tracks layed, detect any phasing errors
6. noise removal - declick, de-reverb, remove hiss, wind, learn sound model/noise reduction, all else healing brush
7. studio reverb - to add vocal weight
8. RMS -23db audio - to roughly match vocals begin basic audio editing with levels(vocals center and 12db higher than music, etc.)
9. compression - multiband compress sfx: 4:1, vocals 2:1 db to give pleasing db range. always 2nd to last step because any other processes affect dynamic range. It should soft limit for you. hard limits are audible and not recommended.
10. quality control - match loudness ITU-R BS.1770-3 -23 LUFS film, -16LUFS youtube - for standard

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