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Mike SchmittCan I disguise room noise and echo?
by on Feb 29, 2008 at 5:36:29 pm

Hi there:


I've looked at the other room noise/echo posts and I think there might be another solution for me.

I have a clip shot in front of a greenscreen in a living room. As you might expect, there is that deep echo of a small wooden room.

The final shot will be the actor standing outdoors in front of a raging forest fire.

I've brought the clip into Soundbooth (which I don't know how to use yet) and put silence between the sentences but there are still two sentences which are long enough for the reverb of the room to come through.

I have the advantage of being able to cover it with rumbling noises, I hope.

Can anyone suggest any tricks to do this?

I will reinstall Audition tonight from CS2 and give it a whack.

I'll be trying deep base fire rumble, maybe put a drone on top of it.

Will it help to boost the high end?

Any tips to save me some time and get a better result would be appreciated!

Thanks


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willie tothRe: Can I disguise room noise and echo?
by on Feb 29, 2008 at 8:45:59 pm



Why not just add the rumble as another audio track in Pre Pro this way you can adjust it exactly where you want it in the edited sequence .......... WILLIE

incidental poet


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Mike SchmittRe: Can I disguise room noise and echo?
by on Mar 1, 2008 at 4:43:20 am

This is what I tried at first... It's okay.

I'd love to make it sound a little better though.


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TL WestgateRe: Can I disguise room noise and echo?
by on Jul 28, 2008 at 12:21:19 pm

Wow, I'm running into this exact same problem. Outdoor scene that wasn't greenscreening well due to tree shadows. Actor needed to get to next gig. Shot it in my living room real quick, instead. Of course, my living room is a 20' square space with hardwood floors, so it's a bit echo-ey.

Any tips/tricks to reduce the echo?

-- TL


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