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  1. #1 Anyone with experience in Removing Room Reverb? (Audio) 
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    So I've cleaned up a voice over I recorded last week and I think it sounds fine BUT there's a little too much room echo after initial noise clean up.
    Is there anyone that wanna take on the challenge and maybe help a clueless guy out real quick?

    I'm working in Audition, but am not really an audio guy so I don't know what everything is or what it does.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Izotope RX dereverb.
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    Is it something I can do in trial mode? It's just a 1.5min clip of a woman talking so nothing fancy, just hope it will let me save without buying it if it works...
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    I believe there is a trial mode so that you can at least test it out. Honestly, reverb is one of those things that is nearly impossible to fix in post. With tools such as dereverb or noise reduction, it's best to use a light touch and not go to heavy handed or things will end up sounding worse.
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    Yeah, I agree, and it's such a minor touch up I want to do. Trying to learn the program now, thanks!
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    SPL De-verb is a tool I use. Simple, gets job done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrouty View Post
    Izotope RX dereverb.
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    If I wanted my films to look like the real world I'd buy a video camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by core_50 View Post
    SPL De-verb is a tool I use. Simple, gets job done.
    use this, but you gotta pay for it. Worth it tho in my opinion.
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    I've had some success in Audition by directly editing the spectral frequency display with the lasso tool. Basically you just trace around the gaps between words or sentences and then lower the levels. Don't completely delete them or you'll have gaps in your audio. It seems to work fairly well for shorter pieces, but could be a big pain for something longer.

    Also don't forget to do a 'save as' first because editing the SFD is destructive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turboguard View Post
    Is it something I can do in trial mode? It's just a 1.5min clip of a woman talking so nothing fancy, just hope it will let me save without buying it if it works...
    You can send it to me, and I will make a pass at it tomorrow if you want. I have been quite pleased with the Izotope dereverb.
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