hi all I have heard the term, but wondered how it is actually done in CC Audition?
Have a look at the bottom end of your EQ range and pull it right back, let’s say from 250Hz down.
Mainly for voice roll-off, Room Hum, Noise Floor etc.
@Ben_Sound is spot on. This can be accessed from Effects > Filter and EQ > Scientific Filter with the preset Drop Off Below 250Hz. That’ll give you a crispy imaging style voice over.
If that’s too much for your needs simply change the roll off to below 100 Hz to kill any bass rumbles but preserve the voice.
amazing! Thank you…that has really helped. Going to start on the edit today. catch you on the live feed D
I have found a happy medium between 100 hz & 250hz ( see AU 3 self made preset )
It’s great for cleaning up bad mics or poor acustic enviroments. It still leave enough base from a good male voice talent & cleans up the distortion & harmonics of a bad recording space
Check it out & let me know what you think
thanks - I will check this out D