I'd like to increase the levels on an audio track that I've slowed down to 50% but I am prohibited from doing so because of a resultant hi-pitched background noise that seems to occur due to the speed change. I tried using a couple of the FCP audio filters (the ones for 'hum remover' and 'high pass filter') - does anyone have any suggestions for this problem? Using FCP 5.0.4.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
PB15 1.67GHz/2GB, AEBS,4GB iPod,G-Raid 320GB (FW800)HD, Mac OS X (10.4.5)
Thanks for pointing out that filters could be applied prior to the speed change. I did just try out your possible solution, using both of the filters that I previously mentioned, but the problem remains.
I opened the audio clip with Soundtrack Pro and then tried to stretch it - but, it never did stretch. I must be doing something wrong. I did appreciate your trying to help though...thanks. I'll keep trying.