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Re: post processing setup questions

Subject: Re: post processing setup questions
From: "jtudor2005" jtudor2005
Date: Fri Dec 10, 2010 3:56 pm ((PST))

--- In  "simmosonics" <> wrote:
> --- In  "jtudor2005" <john@> wrote:
> > Greg
> > 
> > What editing are you doing after the fade into silence?
> I'm editing the end of the file, of course! Or, more to the point, finding 
> out where it ends...
> I am not sure how applicable this is to nature recording, but if you take a 
> recording of a string quartet made in a concert hall and you want to fade out 
> the end of a piece, you need to make sure you don't cut off the room 
> sound/reverberation too soon. If you are monitoring in a noisy environment, 
> the heightened background noise will make you think that the room sound has 
> ended some time before it actually has. When you play it back in a quieter 
> environment, you will notice that the room sound is dying away nicely at the 
> end of a piece but then suddenly it cuts out due to a premature edit.

Ah yes. Sorry, my confusion came from your comment '(e.g. editing the end of a 
file after fading into silence, etc.) and misreading the 'AFTER' fading into 
silence that you were editing something in the silence.

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