how do i fix drums popping on over recorded sound track

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by stugrip, Mar 3, 2007.

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    stugrip Guest

    I have a sound track from a file recorded on a hard drive video
    camera. The files were saved on to my PC as *.mod after some help on
    the web i discovered to get them in Adobe Premiere 2 i had to rename
    files to *.mpg, that has all worked. My problem now is I have what
    appears to be an over recording level in the sound. The sound is of
    Thai monks that repeat a drum beat and when it played sounds bad when
    hitting a certain frequency or note, similar to a poorly tuned radio.
    I have tried a few various filters in audition, but i am not sure that
    i have found the right one, any suggestions....
     
    stugrip, Mar 3, 2007
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    nappy Guest

    if you have a resonant distortion you can not do very much to eliminate it.
    Once the track is overloaded and distorted you can only replace the audio.
    YOU can fool around with EQ and leves but it will always be an overloaded
    chunk of audio. If you are able to you could use an undistorted version of
    the same drum and replace the distorted ones with it. Yyou could use a
    sampled version of the same drum,from another source, EQ it and fit it into
    the scene. OF course any other audio in the track would have to be restored
    also. The problem is fixable but the audio overload is not.
     
    nappy, Mar 3, 2007
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