I have a file that is the audio portion of a video tape. This is the only currently available recording of Mickey's 60th birthday float from the Disneyland Main Street Electrical Parade.
I am working on a project to put together every single available float from that parade throughout its history.
This audio file is very low quality. I need this file as cleaned up as possible. Most units come directly from CD or other studio quality recordings, so you can definitely tell the difference between this recording and others.
As much as possible, do the following two things:
1) Clear up the sound
2) Reduce or even remove the audience bg. (Near impossible)
Do not worry that the audio sequence is out of order. We only want you to clean up the sound. If you happen to be familiar with this sequence, do not edit it into its proper order.
As part of your bid, please attach a sample of your clean up with with this file. Generic samples are unacceptable. We want to see what you can do with THIS file, not someone else's. This file is 94 seconds long, so you can provide a good sample without having to do the whole thing and thinking we'll nick off with it. So we're comparing equivalent work, please submit a sample of the first 30 seconds.
14 freelance font une offre moyenne de $94 pour ce travail
Hi I can clean up your audio, professional sound engineer with all the tools I need to do this project. I often get asked to do audio cleanup its one of my specialties. Would gladly be of service!
Hi, I'm a soung engineer and have the tools and knowledge to complete your project quicly and professionally. Please send me a sample of your recording to show you what I am capable of.
Hello, I can do this for you, I'm experienced sound engineer, and I own a lot of plugins for cleaning and restoration of bad audio files. Just attach file you want to be cleaned to get started
Been working with dirty audio for a number of years and have perfected the cleaning procss and ridding unwanted ambience. please check your messages for more...
It sounds as if much of the issue with this audio is due to its original sample rate (it shows some digital artifact-ing, particularly in the highs). Please give my solution a listen...