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Whether you are looking to record a Demo, EP, CD, or a Voice Over for a 30 second commercial spot, Sonic Imagery Productions has the solution for you. Perhaps you're a songwriter in need of accompaniment tracks for a demo? Do you need your audio tapes transferred to a digital format? Removal of background noise from a live broadcast? How about help with sound effects for a video presentation?
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This is a very subjective topic for a lot of people. I tend to use subtractive EQ before a compressor and additive EQ aftewards: ensuring proper gain staging during the process (level in = level out). ...