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[SOUND] Background Sound Check

Discussion in 'Sound / Music Art' started by MalfunctionStrmrge, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. MalfunctionStrmrge

    MalfunctionStrmrge
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    :ned: Before I can actually start doing any VA'ing, I figured i'd better run a Background Noise check. I recorded a 6-second soundfile that plays only the background noise around my Microphone, and I wanted to see if you guys thought if this was too much or just fine for voice acting or recording or whatever. I had (and still have) an air conditioner running in the back wall behind me.

    Appreciate it. Thanks in advance! :ned:
     

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  2. Somnium

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    I think it would be fine, can't really hear any background noise untill i turn up my volume to higher levels (that being above loud). One thing though, you should have said something so we could actually compare it with the background noise :p
     
  3. MalfunctionStrmrge

    MalfunctionStrmrge
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    :ned: Well, now that I know that I probably don't even need to say something. Thanks! :ned:

    Okay mods you can close this topic now :D