NOISE CLEAN UP

case#1 Air conditioner

Here   is   an   example   of   a   typical   indie   film   scenario.   A   crew   was   allowed   to   film   in   a   cafés toilet   provided   that   its   air   conditioning   equipment   stayed   working.   Unfortunately,   it   was located   right   behind   the   wall   and   was   making   a   huge   noise,   yet   we   managed   to   get   a decent dialogue sound out of that recording.

case#2 Airplane

In   this   video   we’re   dealing   with   air-plane   noise.   If,   you’ve   filmed   in   big   cities,   you’ll   know that   an   air-plane   inevitably   appears   straight   after   the   “Action!”       There   is   probably   no other type of noise that causes so much frustration, and yet it can be defeated.

case#3 Parrots

Filming   in   a   public   park   can   be   challenging.   Sometimes   nature   just   doesn’t   want   to cooperate      On   this   occasion   it   was   parrots   flying   around.   Taking   out   such   a   noise   is   very difficult as its character is not static, and yet it is possible.

case#4 Fog machine

The   noise   of   a   fog   machine   is   constantly   changing.   Every   new   burst   sounds   different   from the   previous   one,   and   because   of   that,   a   classic   noise   reduction   approach   is   not   going   to work   here.   One   has   to   carefully   work   on   every   single   burst.   It’s   difficult,   but   it   can   be done. Have a look.

case#5 Restaurant fridge

Can   you   record   a   clean   sound   in   a   restaurant   with   5-7   fridges   working?   Well,   the   truth   is   - you    can’t.    Your    only    hope    is    the    quality    audio    post    production.    In    this    video,    we demonstrate what you can count on.

case#6 Drone

In   this   case   the   major   source   of   a   noise   was   a   drone   (much   louder   than   sea   waves).   A classic   noise   reduction   approach   won’t   work   here   as   the   noise   is   changing   over   time   (the drone   is   moving   around   remember).   Thus,   we   had   to   work   on   every   syllable   individually. Check out the result.

case#7 Wind noise

Frequently,   when   filming   onto   a   consumer   camcorder   (whose   microphone   doesn’t   typically have a wind protection), the wind noise can be an issue. Fortunately, it can be fixed.
 2017 Clean Audio Lab

NOISE CLEAN UP

case#1 Air conditioner

Here   is   an   example   of   a   typical indie   film   scenario.   A   crew   was allowed   to   film   in   a   cafés   toilet provided   that   its   air   conditioning equipment       stayed       working. Unfortunately,   it   was   located   right   behind   the   wall   and was   making   a   huge   noise,   yet   we   managed   to   get   a decent dialogue sound out of that recording.

case#2 Airplane

In   this   video   we’re   dealing   with air-plane   noise.   If,   you’ve   filmed in   big   cities,   you’ll   know   that   an air-plane       inevitably       appears straight    after    the    “Action!”      There   is   probably   no   other   type   of   noise   that   causes   so much frustration, and yet it can be defeated.
Filming   in   a   public   park   can   be challenging.     Sometimes     nature just   doesn’t   want   to   cooperate   On   this   occasion   it   was   parrots flying   around.   Taking   out   such   a noise   is   very   difficult   as   its   character   is   not   static,   and   yet it is possible.
The    noise    of    a    fog    machine    is constantly    changing.    Every    new burst    sounds    different    from    the previous    one,    and    because    of that,    a    classic    noise    reduction approach   is   not   going   to   work   here.   One   has   to   carefully work   on   every   single   burst.   It’s   difficult,   but   it   can   be done. Have a look.
Can   you   record   a   clean   sound   in   a restaurant      with      5-7      fridges working?   Well,   the   truth   is   -   you can’t.    Your    only    hope    is    the quality   audio   post   production.   In this video, we demonstrate what you can count on.

case#6 Drone

In   this   case   the   major   source   of   a noise   was   a   drone   (much   louder than   sea   waves).   A   classic   noise reduction    approach    won’t    work here   as   the   noise   is   changing   over time   (the   drone   is   moving   around   remember).   Thus,   we had   to   work   on   every   syllable   individually.   Check   out   the result.
Frequently,   when   filming   onto   a consumer      camcorder      (whose microphone   doesn’t   typically   have a     wind     protection),     the     wind noise       can       be       an       issue. Fortunately, it can be fixed.

case#3 Parrots

case#4 Fog machine

case#5 Restaurant fridge

case#7 Wind noise

 2017 Clean Audio Lab