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May 02, 2022 May 02, 2022

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Hello,
I filmed myself doing a Letsplay for Youtube and now I have a Problem with the Audio.
I wanted to record the ingame-sounds on one soundtrack and my voiceover on another.
Now I unfortunally have a soundtrack with ingame-sounds but one with in-game-sounds AND my voiceover. Is there any smart solution to seperate the last Audiotrack into voiceover and ingame-sound?
I recorded with OBS and I do the post-editing in Premier Pro 2021.
Would be nice If someone could help ❤️

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May 03, 2022 May 03, 2022

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If both game and voice are on one track the answer is No.

You have to record your voice-over separately.

 

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If you put the combined track on A1 and the game sound on A2, in the Track Mixer add the channel mixer effect to A2 and click on invert on both L and R inputs. This should cancel out the Game sounds leaving the voice, in theory, but it all depends on how accurately the two track were recorded. You may have to experiment with the levels to get the best cancellation. 

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If it works I would them export the clean VO as a wav file and use that along with the Game sounds

If you want to dropbox your audio file I can have a look for you if you want.

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