Matt (pygmydingo) wrote in techlovers,


Whenever I record voices, I get an extremely high frequecy whine throughout the recording.  I have Sony's Soundforge and Acid studio systems.  Is there a way to edit out the topmost frequency in a digital recording?


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Soundforge should have either an equalizer (EQ) or an adjustable low-pass filter. With the EQ, you can effectively mute that high frequency, or with the low-pass filter, let all the frequencies below that high buzz "pass" through.

Neither will be a perfect fix, but will probably do the job. What's your recording equipment like?