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  1. Hi everyone, I have spent a bit of time searching the forum for an answer to this question, but I have not been able to find any related threads. If this topic has been covered, please direct me to the right page. Thanks. I am a bit new to production sound, but have been trying to refine my techniques and knowledge on as many topics as possible. I rarely seem to have trouble concealing lavs on talent, with the exception of wiring people in business suits. It seems that no matter where I hide the mic (in the tie, in the dress shirt, under the lappelle, in the collar), and with any mounting options (hush lavs, RM-11. vampire clips, moleskin, overcovers/ undercovers, topstick, snot tape), nothing seems to work. All I get is constant clothing friction noise. Hopefully some of you would be nice enough to offer some useful tips & tricks to guide a newbie like me in the right direction? Please be kind. Thanks ahead of time.
  2. jgbsound

    Altiverb tips on dialog?

    Do you guys have any favorite Altiverb tweaks you do in the dialog mix? I've been working on this feature and use it quite a big to help get the dialog cuts to blend better as well as giving it a better, more cinematic feel within the room. But I always wonder if there's something I could be doing to help make it even better so I thought I'd ask people smarter than me! Thanks for any advice you can share! John
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