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[PROGRAMMATION] Apply a Sound Treatment Or Not?
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Author:  lnthiebaut [ Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:11 pm ]
Post subject:  [PROGRAMMATION] Apply a Sound Treatment Or Not?

:: Do you have to apply a sound treament to your elements before uploading them on the RMO ? ::

- The answer will be clear: NO

About compression, by default, we broadcat MP3 128 kbps. Then, we apply a global sound treatment on your radio, so even if you don't do anything, it should be ok.
But you can descativate it via the RMO, go to Settings, then Compression area :

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Note that if you broadcast "live" you will be able to apply sound treatment via your software, after having desactivate sound treatment via the RMO (same path...)

- However, if you decide to turn off the Radionomy compression, and to proceed to your own treament, here some usefull indications:

* On songs with low bass, like in some rap/r&b, filter (~3 to ~6dB) the very LOW frequencies (0-50hz). These frequencies can affect the limiter and cause the whole song to go -3dB. You can use a filter or the multiband compressor in Adobe Audition.

* avoid silent intro's that suddenly go loud (like drum). Raise the volume of the intro in Audition.

* In any case, ulso, use a good source. WAV (CD-rip) or M4A (itunes). MP3 should be at least 192kbs. If you treat songs before uploading, the bitrate of the source should always be greater than the target mp3 after treatment.

(Thanks to 100Hitradio)

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