I'm a long time lurker on this network! Love it.
I just got my first gig as a an all around sound guy on a movie (the on site recording is done by other people). It's a sort of documentary type one, but including actors.
I'm trying to clean up the dialogue in one of the parts, but I find it nearly impossible! There is this broadband noise that when cleaned up, destroys the voices. I can get away with some level of noise, as as far as I know the director doesn't want it super polished. But I have no luck getting to a satisfying point.
The action is in the forest. there's constant broadband noise there, how do I go about cleaning it?
Thank you very much!
Have a great week!, Mister Ve