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    Silent Bob's Evil Twin Dustin R. Rogan's Avatar
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    Ok, so I had to pick the most windiest day in Texas to shoot my movie...and its all done outside. I have audio that has wind throughout the dialogue....and can't seem to fix it. Don't know how to get rid of it...any advise or someone want to clean it up for me? PLEASE!!

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    send over a clip and i'll play with it, see if i can't help ya out. If you like it, i'll do the rest.

    i'm PMing my email to ya now.
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    Haha, D I had this same problem in my footage. I was wondering what I was going to do but that was all solved when I had to drop out Best of luck!


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    Wind is a Mo-FO! There isn't much you can do with wind usually. The mechanics of what wind does to an audio signal basically make the moment when the wind hits the diaphragm on the mic useless unless you are going for a godzilla attacking the audio guy sequence. The other interesting thing about wind is the frequency it lives in... to the human ear it seems like wind is high pitched thus should be easily taken out with a simple EQ. Really though, wind covers a lot of frequencies. We just can't hear it because the high pitch is louder in our ear.

    I would suggest trying to figure out a dub/ ADR solution.

    Moojangles, if you can figure out a way to get it taken care of I would LOVE to know what you did!
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    i removed some of the worse aspects of it but it took a lot of the clarity out... It wasn't a whole lot more usable as far as audio goes.
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    Dustin, can you pull an ADR session this week?

    That might be the best way to do it. Granted it is a pain. Had to do it once with a film shot on a bolex wild motor. Ugh - never again.

    But I want to see that film my man!

    Wind is a tricky beast. Especially if the audio spikes - then she gets clipped. Which effectively renders the clip useless. Sorry to hear you ran into a delay.
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    Make the wind part of the story. Then it becomes a cool effect that will garner you praise instead of shrieking amateurism to the viewing public.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Johnson View Post
    Make the wind part of the story. Then it becomes a cool effect that will garner you praise instead of shrieking amateurism to the viewing public.
    hmm interesting point there...I will rule them all....*cough*

    This is what the viewer will do when they hear it, if i don't do something about it!!

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    I won't. You have ninjas...my husband will be happy!

    SMILE!!!!!!!!


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