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    Re: Tips for reducing echo

    Thank you... DC

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    Re: Tips for reducing echo

    Chiming in on this... my experience working with audio is to only make subtle changes in input/output volume within effects processors to minimise noise. I think it is a good habit to keep any and all effects on the low side (resisting the urge to go overboard)... and to have a good set of studio monitors, quality headphones and cheap speakers to evaluate the mix from different perspectives. You want to avoid ending up with “over-producted" sound. My two cents.

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    Re: Tips for reducing echo

    Wow Im not having that isse at all  mine works great  have you tried reinstalling it 

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  • Sun, Feb 17 2019 9:21 PM In reply to

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    Re: Tips for reducing echo

    Adman:
    I think it is a good habit to keep any and all effects on the low side (resisting the urge to go overboard)
    Absolutely!! It's much better to make incremental small changes then one really large change. Artifacts show up relatively quickly with large changes (and eventually show up even with small ones). It's amazing how fast a noise reduction algorithm can turn your dialog into sounding like something out of Twin Peaks (record your actors verbalizing the words backwards, then reverse the audio to play it forwards).

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