View Full Version : Well, I'll be dipped in butter if the HISS ain't GONE from my record all of a sudden
the fat one
12-24-2011, 01:33 AM
Saralee, who hacked my system and fixed it for me? All I did was take a week off from working on my record. Have I sorely underestimated ear fatigue? It was like a dog whistle...WAY up there. I'll be dipped if I can't hear it anymore. Still a bit of fine tuning and work, some fades, and it might be a bit to trebly still...but that high-pitched-old-TV-set-with-the-sound-off whine has all but disappeared. Will I hear it tomorrow?
Sorry for starting 15 threads about this.
12-24-2011, 02:34 AM
Only way to judge is to wait another couple of weeks, and then open your stuff in the morning.
Mixing is one thing, but i always found fine tuning EQ and mastering and the such is best done in the morning in small doses. For me at least thats when my ears are fresh.
12-25-2011, 09:33 PM
Maybe you just had a ground loop hum somewhere. I once had a buzzing caused by two mic cables laying across each other.
the fat one
12-26-2011, 10:03 AM
I actually got dipped in butter AND the hiss is gone.
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