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Originally posted by Ionized
I'm not sure how they perform the engineering. Is it a live broadcast or recorded? If Live then it is easiest to simply adjust whatever hardware mixer he is using, optionally getting a hardware compressor inline with the master fader/master output. A properly set compressor/limiter would limit the peaks and boost the quieter parts for a more even volume.
If recorded in separate takes, then yeah software such as Ableton Live, or Pro Tools (I prefer and use Pro Tools), or others could be used to do post-production.
Hey guys if you need a full-time audio engineer who is also an ex-physicist and open minded thinker, where do I apply? Heck I would even work part time from home if you have any audio projects that need work...
[edit on 31-1-2008 by Ionized]
Originally posted by damajikninja I've already talked with Johnny at length - there is a good technical reason for the trouble and it will be resolved shortly after some 'changes' are made.
Originally posted by AGENT_T
Yeah,it's called DJ EAR...
Basically put, it's a condition that makes every DJ whack tons of compression and bass on their voice to make them sound manly.. then they make their guest sound like he's been snorting helium for a week.
Keep up with the meds guys.. it goes away after a while.