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  1. Hi! I've been out of the loop due to getting a bad cold. So...now that I'm somewhat more lucid, I'll experiment with the suggestions given. I'm sure I'll have further questions.... And ...thanks for the intial guidance!!! Peace....John
  2. Hi! The key word here is guidance... A have an audio file of a Q&A session (all spoken word) that is in need of repair. I'm requesting guidance for ideas on how-to best go about this task. Here's what I started to do... In a VIP...imported the audio file into track #1. Then, for the speaker's vocals only, created named ranges. This was done in order to isolate the speaker's vocals. All the remaining non-ranged vocals would be the participants-asking-questions. I was planning on moving the speaker's vocals (via the ranges) to another track (i.e track #2). And...in moving them...retain (in the new track) their respective timelines/positions from track #1. Well..I didn't move them because: 1) I didn't know how to move all the named ranges to another track 2) And...more importantly...a realization that I might be going about this task the wrong way. Some more info... Pretty sure I can fix the speaker's vocals with some global EQ adjustments: 1) cut the low-end 2) add some presence & high-end. But..the participants-asking-questions are the real problem: 1) Some are loud & boomy. 2) Some are so quiet that you can hardly hear them. 3) etc... So...their fixes must be individualized. Then...after all vocals are fixed....globally apply hiss-reduction & some normalization. End result....understandable vocals with a consistent volume. I know there are probably many ways to go about this. And...some of you could do this fix in no time at all. Well...it's definitely going to take me a few days to accomplish. Now...for some guidance...please.
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