Input Gain.

So, we record Ron’s talks on Sunday nights so that we can turn them into this nifty little thing called a podcast.

Lately, we’ve been going through all of our core membership stuff, so we haven’t been posting – we don’t think that you’d all be interested in the hyper-technical side of the church; I just give you the fluff!

If you are interested our core values/beliefs/doctrine, that’s awesome! Please go here.

ANYWAY, that’s not why I’m posting this blog:

Apparently, when recording Sunday night, we turned the gain on the microphone up WAY to loud. Because of that, we can hear everything Ron says, but it’s covered with a slight (but definitely enough to be incredibly annoying) crackle noise.

Does ANYONE know if there’s anything I can do to get rid of this? Or is it just something people will have to deal with because I mistakenly set the gain at full throttle?

If you have any advice, feel free to leave it in a comment, or you can go ahead and email me.

Thank you!

– nate.

2 Responses to “Input Gain.”
  1. setht says:

    Adobe Audition has a noise filter that works really well and is easy to use.

  2. Brian says:

    Email it to me.

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