WSAZ'S AUDIO PROCESSING

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WSAZ'S AUDIO PROCESSING

Post by RADIOHEAD 1 » Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:15 pm

Have you noticed how processed their audio is...background noise is sucked up to the point where it's annoying..
In studio when they go to an anchor or reportor the background is almost as loud as the talent..It's even worse on
live shots and network work shows.....

If they're using one of the new digital units..reading the book might help...Maybe raising the noise threshold would help...

Eight and Fox don't seem to have that problem...13 isn't that bad either...

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Re: WSAZ'S AUDIO PROCESSING

Post by lastone » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:57 pm

There volume on 3.1 is about 40% of what everyone else is OTA. The others blast out of my set. SAZ is a whisper.

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Re: WSAZ'S AUDIO PROCESSING

Post by genlock » Sun Jan 22, 2012 3:15 pm

What I heard the other day sounded like someone left the studio door and the control room door
open at the same time. Hollow sound, beginnings of an echo. Not quite to feedback level.
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Re: WSAZ'S AUDIO PROCESSING

Post by Dave Harman » Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:08 am

The best solution is to eliminate the noise, rather than decreasing the compression.

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