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Jake Huddleston
Re: Fixing Hollow/Echoing Audio in Premiere?
on Sep 18, 2012 at 4:19:41 am

Thanks for the tips guys, I guess we all learn the hard way at one point or another.

For at least making the audio sound a little better than it is, you guys mentioned EQ. I've not had to adjust audio EQ or frequencies much in the past, but what would you say is the best way to adjust the EQ at this point? Should I raise or lower the high frequencies? Low ones? Mids? Vince you mentioned adjusting around 2-3K...could you explain this a bit more?

As for avoiding this problem in the first place, I'm wondering what the best way is to avoid the hassle of the blankets/velour...Lavs were a great tip. What about shotgun mics? The mic I used was a Zoom H1, not very directional. I have some friends who do professional video all the time and they never use any absorption material, only a directional shotgun mic on a boom mounted above the speaker. Would a highly directional mic reduce the need for absorption material?

Thanks for the info guys, it is super appreciated!

Jake Huddleston


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