To get a better idea for how audio production and engineering could work, Steve Hodge is offering insight in to the process. This may be one of the more effective solutions that people could consider as they go forward. Audio production is one of the more worthwhile skills that people can learn, so it may be helpful to get an overview of the production process along the way. This video can serve as a useful introduction to the way that this could work.
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Audio Production & Engineering – Steve Hodge – YouTube
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Thanks, for this.
What are the frequency and amplitudes of your noise issues.