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Re: How to optimise high passage

Subject: Re: How to optimise high passage
From: "Jim Morgan" fundador_four
Date: Sun Jun 12, 2011 2:29 pm ((PDT))
Try reducing the amplitude of your higher frequencies. Using the most
reduction on the highest frequencies and gradually reducing the reduction a=
the frequency becomes lower.

Jim Morgan
Prescott Arizona USA

On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 1:33 PM, Jose Freitas

> Hello,
> Please would you please listening to the sample:
> The Tordus merula is ok but the Troglodites troglodites is too high, it
> distorts. With M/S stereo mkh 30/40 in a parabola the bird was very close=
> the parabola.Does someone know in Audacitu what can I make to optimise th=
> passage.
> Best regards,
> Jos=E9

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