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Liam GuildTwo Lav Mic's Hard Panned
by on Jun 22, 2016 at 4:56:47 am

Hello all, first post!

My question is: My client recorded with two hosts with two lav mics, Host 1 is panned right, Host two is panned left, there is some bleed over from both hosts, all in one stereo track.

I need to clean, normalize, compress, and finalize.

How do i treat this track? should i convert it to mono then fix? should it be stereo? Should i separate both speakers into different mono tracks? But what about the bleed over?

Any help is much appreciated, i'm on a very tight deadline and totally lost.

-Liam.


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Joe Barta IVRe: Two Lav Mic's Hard Panned
by on Jun 22, 2016 at 2:27:31 pm

Do separate both speakers into different mono tracks, that will make them easier to work on. If you add the Dynamics Processor compressor you can select a preset like Noise Gate @ 10dB, this should help with some of the bleed over from the other mic. If the bleed is too strong for the Gate then you'll have to edit the volume on each clip up and down.

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Liam GuildRe: Two Lav Mic's Hard Panned
by on Jun 22, 2016 at 8:46:18 pm

Thank you so much for the reply!

So i duplicate the tracks, pan one left, pan one right, route the tracks to different one stereo track and then i start editing?


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Joe Barta IVRe: Two Lav Mic's Hard Panned
by on Jun 23, 2016 at 6:41:08 pm

Import your video file into Audition (it will only bring in the audio)
File > New > Multitrack Session
Right click on your imported file > Extract channels to mono files
Now you have your stereo channels L and R as two separate files
Right click on the file for Channel 1 > Insert into multitrack
Do the same for the second file
Now you are ready to edit each individually
Depending on the version of Audition you have , you may want to change the Workspace to Classic for a traditional timeline view.

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