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Recording full of bass? Or it was the reverberation of the room?
post Feb 6 2011, 23:42
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This recording was made in a kind of bar, with concrete walls at side, glass at the rear, and a metal roof with 15 or 20 meters height.
I was FOB, sitted. The lineage was AT853 (omnis) > CA-9100 (bass roll-off OFF) > R-09HR (24bits, 96KHz).

Is there some equalization that can be done in order to "save" this recording?

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post Feb 7 2011, 00:00
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I hear grating bass that shows at 70Hz and a harmonic at 130Hz, a parametric EQ with a steep Q of >90 takes the gnarliness off it but still not a very good fix since it depraves the music programme as well.

Bah, wish I had more but this is why I find fixing mixdowns so frustrating. Perhaps someone else might enlighten on this (possibly) room-distortion or possibly a mic stand without enough padding on the feet (I'm totally guessing).

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