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I've tried many combinations to surmount the problem you've mentioned when recording to my Nikon Z50. And here are my observations: With the Camera's inbuilt mic - If the room is quiet & the camera (camera's inbuilt mic) is close to the speaker (within approx half a meter,) and the mic setting on camera is on manual gain then the sound quality is pretty ...


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I think I just found the asnwer to this question which had been bugging me as well over the past year. It turns out you can save different comp versions, and these can be selected by clicking on the letter in the upper left corner of the take folder. When you add takes to a folder with a previous comp, it creates a new version (A,B,C...). Just click on ...


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I know this is pretty old now, but you should check out Spleeter by Deezer. It's an amazing AI powered app that can separate stems from any track, and it does so with remarkable accuracy. Works super well for remixing a song. And, you can also check Izotope software, like the RX 8


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Buffer under-run or clock sync issues. There, that was easy to say… much harder to diagnose ;) To over-simplify, both of those are reasons that the audio has to run to catch up all the time, meaning it occasionally skips a bit. Whenever that generates a rapid zero crossing in the audio waveform (in effect, a big sudden step rather than a sine wave), it will ...


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