Damage to audio can relate to anything extraneous to the program material that you didn't intend to be there. It includes things such as:
- Electrical interference / Hum / Buzz
- Ambient noise
- Harmonic and Atmospheric dropouts
- Comb Filtering
- Reverb (not echo)
- String squeak
- Overly Done Compression
- Overmodulation / Clipping
- Transient Loss
- High Frequency Loss
- Intermittent Sounds
Please contact me before ordering so we can discuss what's available to you to fit your needs.
- The minimum gig price is $10
- The 5 day delivery time is there to accommodate particularly damaged audio and isn't indicative of a usual response time.
- Video files carry an additional cost due to additional work.
- Basic Gig Quantity
Fiverr won't allow a price change. I know, it's annoying. It wastes both my time and yours.
I wish! But no, this is not possible. Excellent sounding audio comes from excellent recordings. There are no short cuts here, unfortunately. What i can do is i can do what can be done towards making your audio sound the best it can given the state of the initial source.
No, no one can (despite claims to the opposite). What can be done is attenuation. Sometimes the noise can be attenuated below the point of audibility for a casual listening, but noise will always present in audio. Always.
As good as it can given the initial state. However, there are various different levels of processing that can be done depending on your requirements. Please contact me for advice and an explanation of what's available to you to fit your needs.