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Re: hummer !


I listened to the clip you put up. If the guitar strumming that starts part
of the way through the clip is representative of the level of the music
throughout, I'm afraid you're likely to be out of luck - the noise is too
loud to make for a listenable recording. Noise reduction might help, but
anything strong enough to get rid of the buzz will cut deeply into the 
of the performance.

Next time, you need to use a ground lift.


http://www.groovetronica.com - "No offense, but a dated d&b loop with some
Holiday Inn lounge singer hardly wows me technically or talent wise, and I
could do better with a cassette deck and a microphone."

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Peters" <mpeters@csi.com>
To: "Loopers Delight" <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 08, 2003 6:30 AM
Subject: hummer !

> help! the recording of the very nice Berlin Livelooping evening (july 
> 2003) is flawed by a loud hum ...
> does anyone know if there is a way to get rid of it? of course it is not 
> simple hum but something that covers many frequencies and that has a
> ... simple filters or denoising algorithms won't be enough I think ...
> is there a software (if possible, for pc) that could handle this?
> here's an example: http://www.michaelpeters.de/temp/
> -michael peters