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An internet search will tell you what radio stations use. Keyword: “profanity delay” If you are only able to use your current set up I would suggest having a channel with no delay on it that plays the bleep sound effect you want and is the trigger for a ducker assigned to the incoming microphone channel that needs censoring, which can be done in VM banana; ...


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(Disclaimer : I cannot test Adobe Audition, the following is based on experience with other products) 1) I would do the downmix first as the time stretch will be applied on less channels, meaning better speed and potentially less artifacts. 2) This you can only tell by trying the Adobe Audition process and checking if it meets your quality criteria. ...


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As an experiment, use skype or hangout because everybody has it installed already, and you can hook it into the PA with some real soundcard. If you want to go further, use some sound server as Jack on iOs with seperate recording app and streaming app. That would be the only way around the noise reduction and echo cancellation algorithms mandatory in ...


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Don't, just don't. Using smartphones as microphones for live sound is really highly ill-advised. You will have all kinds of network latency issues, feedback issues (as they are generally designed to be omni-directional), quality issues, etc. You can do it in a pinch for a recording maybe, but if you are using it for reinforcement, you are majorly asking ...


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Welcome to broadcasting :) In Europe we have a EBU R128 regulation, which is a loudness normalisation with ITU 1770 measurement. Our loudness is -23LUFS and our true peak -1dBFS. I am doing a lot of TV commercials so I hope i can help you with the mix idea: Normalisation of audio gave me a real headache when it was introduced, but it is quite simple. ...


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http://jwsoundgroup.net/ +1 On what utopia said You can also do a search there, those "boys" are all about that.


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Running the final dub mixer or the production sound mixer? If the latter, what's expected of you is perfect, top-notch recordings from the set or stage with little to no need to go in and fix it later. Reason being is that time is not on your side to get it right. You're not going to have as much time as Terrence Malick gives his sound crew to get the sound ...


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Glib answer.... because that's what they asked for! There are all sorts of questionable (from an audio quality standpoint) delivery specs (do a DUC search on Discovery specs and see the fireworks), but at the end of the day, arguing specs with the Broadcaster/Distributer will still result in them bouncing it back, and upset producers, who have to have things ...


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