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20 April 2005 @ 12:10 am
 
"If your program has peaks in the audio, you can either recapture the audio at a better level, or edit the audio appropriately to avoid them. You can use the Mark Audio Peaks command to automatically identify audio peaks in clips or sequences. It’s then up to you to decide what to do—not use those sections of audio or rerecord them. For detailed information about the Mark Audio Peaks command, see Volume II, Chapter 18, “Diagnostic Tools for Clips.” "

oh Good....

so I got my Treo today. I feel kinda gross. my neck hurts from crappy sleeping.
I just need to make some box art for the things now.

Hrm... new Gorillaz is kinda B- for my personal tastes.
Gosh, I feel like I don't have my life together...
 
 
Current Music: Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz - Demon Days
 
 
 
arkmay on April 20th, 2005 07:35 am (UTC)
Did your commentary recording have some clipping, or what?

You might want to put some compression on it, anyways, to make it a more steady volume. I would experiment with that, or a limiter.
Siner Dsirnerd on April 21st, 2005 11:42 pm (UTC)
gorillaz
you should let me sample your gorillaz mp3's.