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Is there a solution to fix an audio like the one attached? (signal of the microphones interrfered)

New Here ,
Jan 29, 2022 Jan 29, 2022

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hey,

my schoolclass and i did make some recordings for our school. I was in charge of the audio. I never did something similar like this before. Now in the post production we noticed that the audio is broken at some points. My Guess is that the a false microphone recorded the voice.... Is there any rather simple fix to solve or art least better mistakes like the short part attached

regards per-Luca

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Jan 30, 2022 Jan 30, 2022

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What you have here is a physical overloading of the microphone, so it's picked up an air blast from the speaker, and a bit of distortion as well. Whilst you might be able reduce the effects of the blast slightly by selecting just the very worst small bits of audio and using the 'Audo Heal' favorite on them, you won't be able to cure all of rest of the problems, because distortion is unfixable - there is no reference to what it should sound like in the first place so no correction algorithm is possible.

 

In future there are a few things you can do to prevent this. Get the speaker slightly further from the microphone, and not directly in a line with it. Getting it slightly higher and a little off to one side invariably works better. And get a pop shield to put in front of it as well. If you have any control of the record level, make sure that you leave plenty of 'headroom' so that the speaker never gets anywhere near to 0dB. In other words, turn the record level down a bit!

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Jan 31, 2022 Jan 31, 2022

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thanks for the reply. will look at this in the future for sure but i guess this project has a bad audio now lol

 

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