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Recording it yourself is definitely the best and easiest way. You will just have to see if your equipment is up to it, though it's not a difficult sound to record so you may be ok. Portable recorders are so cheap now it's worth investing in one if you do this kind of work regularly. One technique you could try with your sound is to make a copy, reverse it ...


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AFAIK, there's no facility for true side-chain compression in Vegas, but there is a workaround of sorts. It basically involves creating additional buses, and routing the source and target tracks to that bus, then using a compressor with the ability to pick one of the channels off the bus as a source, and another channel as the target. Then panning the bus ...


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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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