Before/after sample taken from the Private Equity Funcast from Chicago, US.
There are two hosts in the studio (recorded together, not seperately), and a guest interview recorded through Skype.
- ‘ah’, ‘um’, excessive ‘yeah’, ‘you know’ and repetitive words removal
- chit chat removal
- restoration for Skype interview and mix balancing
Please note that SoundCloud also processes and compresses each audio file after the upload.
This poignant account of small-town life in Ireland after the economic disaster and housing bust of 2008 uses 21 characters to weave a tapestry of Irish dramatic tragedy. Wayne Farrell’s gifted voice and captivating Irish brogue are mesmerizing. The story revolves around the family of a self-made developer/builder caught in the crisis. Farrell is so versatile that listeners may sometimes think they’re hearing a full-cast recording. For each character monologue, man, woman, child, or even dead people, Farrell dazzles with all the anguish, wit, sorrow, or excitement required. There are times when a narrator enhances a book, and there are times like this when he makes it. M.C. Â© AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine
The Collaborative Business Podcast, Bussum, the Netherlands
I’ve started working for Peter Simoons from the Netherlands on his Collaborative Business Podcast.
You can find the podcast at: http://www.simoons.com/cbp/
“Working with Tugce was a pleasure: on time, good collaboration, great edit of the podcast. Will hire her for next episodes again. ”
— Peter Simoons, Bussum, the Netherlands
Before/After sample of a rehearsal recording restoration.
- remove hums/hisses/clicks (for example airco hum)
- remove background noise (placing/moving of boxes/crates etc) as much as you can
- normalize audio to default dB
“Excellent job, good communication. ”
— Kreatuur, Chicago, U.S.
Audio restoration of a piano recording. Before/After sample.
My clients request was to create a spaghetti western gunshots unique for him.
You’ll hear one after another;
“Great work and great sounds, thank you soo much for this”
— tommybin, Berkshire, U.K.