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Advice on replacing audio to match old one

Participant ,
Sep 20, 2022 Sep 20, 2022

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Hi

Found it hard to get advice on this, as I'm not exactly sure how to explain it simply enough for searches, so hopefully, I can do better here.

 

I have put together a video for a client with a voiceover they recorded. I adjusted the sound in the essential sound box thing to make it sound nice.

 

Now they have re-recorded part of it, and of course, it sounds different. I've been playing around with the settings but struggling to get them to match.

 

Is they any help out there to get them to match sound-wise?

 

Thanks

Mark

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Community Expert , Sep 20, 2022 Sep 20, 2022

Might want to ask for a full re-recording due to the difference which will be a pita to get it right.

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Might want to ask for a full re-recording due to the difference which will be a pita to get it right.

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Thanks, I had a feeling that would be the answer 😞 

Always worth asking though, just in case.

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It's hard to advise without hearing the problem in the first place.

If it is that far out of whack, I would advise getting them to fully re-record the whole piece, and to include some room tone as well - just in case.

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