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#1290276 - That's a tough question for me to answer; I had a friend who k…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
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#1290277 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Okay, thanks then.
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#1290278 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
At any rate, let me know how things go for you! This is an interesting problem that I've never heard about.
#1290270 - Audacity is pretty good for free software. Well, you have …  [+] (4 new replies) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
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#1290271 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Alright, thanks man. On a side note, if I do get some wedge foam, is there a specific way to apply it for best results? Like layout, what walls to use, how much of the foam, etc.
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#1290276 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
That's a tough question for me to answer; I had a friend who knows more about this stuff help me install some foam a while ago, but since I've moved I've been working with basic stuff, so I still have to do some research on my own. I just figured if you're going to spend a little money on a small amount of foam, you might as well spend a little more money to get the full package.


From what I recall, specific set-ups depend on the shape and size of the room, as well as where the room is located in the building. (Like, near a window or in the middle of the building.) But for the most part, you could just get away with insulating the major, uh, "noise" or "reverb zones" if you want to call it that.

I've gone about 20 hours without sleep though, so I have no idea if I'm just talking out my ass or if any of this makes sense. I would just suggest finding video guides on it, but it seems most the ones I'm finding have a substantial amount of dislikes, so I'm not sure how trust-worthy they are.
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#1290277 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Okay, thanks then.
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#1290278 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
At any rate, let me know how things go for you! This is an interesting problem that I've never heard about.
#1290266 - It would reduce any reverb that there is by a bit, but I would…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
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#1290267 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
I'm just using audacity because I'm poor. I have my mic on the unidirectional setting with the on-mic gain turned down pretty low.
#1290270 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
Audacity is pretty good for free software.
Well, you have a stand which is already good for reducing keyboard clatter and thump, and a pop filter which is always nice.

Here's a super-rough recording, with notes on in the comments at the appropriate times so you can make judgement. soundcloud.com/fakeenglishaccent/sample
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#1290271 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Alright, thanks man. On a side note, if I do get some wedge foam, is there a specific way to apply it for best results? Like layout, what walls to use, how much of the foam, etc.
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#1290276 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
That's a tough question for me to answer; I had a friend who knows more about this stuff help me install some foam a while ago, but since I've moved I've been working with basic stuff, so I still have to do some research on my own. I just figured if you're going to spend a little money on a small amount of foam, you might as well spend a little more money to get the full package.


From what I recall, specific set-ups depend on the shape and size of the room, as well as where the room is located in the building. (Like, near a window or in the middle of the building.) But for the most part, you could just get away with insulating the major, uh, "noise" or "reverb zones" if you want to call it that.

I've gone about 20 hours without sleep though, so I have no idea if I'm just talking out my ass or if any of this makes sense. I would just suggest finding video guides on it, but it seems most the ones I'm finding have a substantial amount of dislikes, so I'm not sure how trust-worthy they are.
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#1290277 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Okay, thanks then.
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#1290278 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
At any rate, let me know how things go for you! This is an interesting problem that I've never heard about.
#1290265 - If you like having stuff on your shelf and end up getting Take…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
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#1290978 - BmanX (08/19/2015) [-]
PS4, but it'll be awhile before I get around to actually playing it.
#1290263 - Oh. Duh. I can see that now. Do you have an example t…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
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#1290264 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Not really. I haven't recorded anything since I moved into this room and I'm just now considering getting back into making some videos and stuff. I guess my main question is do you think some audio wedge foam would help overall?
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#1290266 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
It would reduce any reverb that there is by a bit, but I would go as far as to pad other parts of the room if you're already getting the foam for it. What are your settings on the microphone and what do you use software-side to record? It's possible you just have high standards for your audio (Not a bad thing!) I'll upload some samples I'll record and link you to them to see for yourself.
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#1290267 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
I'm just using audacity because I'm poor. I have my mic on the unidirectional setting with the on-mic gain turned down pretty low.
#1290270 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
Audacity is pretty good for free software.
Well, you have a stand which is already good for reducing keyboard clatter and thump, and a pop filter which is always nice.

Here's a super-rough recording, with notes on in the comments at the appropriate times so you can make judgement. soundcloud.com/fakeenglishaccent/sample
User avatar
#1290271 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Alright, thanks man. On a side note, if I do get some wedge foam, is there a specific way to apply it for best results? Like layout, what walls to use, how much of the foam, etc.
User avatar
#1290276 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
That's a tough question for me to answer; I had a friend who knows more about this stuff help me install some foam a while ago, but since I've moved I've been working with basic stuff, so I still have to do some research on my own. I just figured if you're going to spend a little money on a small amount of foam, you might as well spend a little more money to get the full package.


From what I recall, specific set-ups depend on the shape and size of the room, as well as where the room is located in the building. (Like, near a window or in the middle of the building.) But for the most part, you could just get away with insulating the major, uh, "noise" or "reverb zones" if you want to call it that.

I've gone about 20 hours without sleep though, so I have no idea if I'm just talking out my ass or if any of this makes sense. I would just suggest finding video guides on it, but it seems most the ones I'm finding have a substantial amount of dislikes, so I'm not sure how trust-worthy they are.
User avatar
#1290277 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Okay, thanks then.
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#1290278 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
At any rate, let me know how things go for you! This is an interesting problem that I've never heard about.
#1290173 - I'll probably post this to Runescapetime as well, but how many…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... +1
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#1290178 - thematthew (08/18/2015) [-]
>asking vgb for advice
>ever
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#1290174 - warbob (08/18/2015) [-]
none
#1290164 - As for just getting better quality, the simplest solution woul…  [+] (10 new replies) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
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#1290255 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Well I'm using a Blue Yeti if you can't see. But when I record it just doesn't sound... right. I'm not sure how to describe it, but I assume it's because of sound echoing off the corner of the room. And the keyboard clicks mostly just bother me. I'm sure I can live with it because audio from the videos I'm recording and stuff will probably cover most of it.
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#1290263 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
Oh. Duh. I can see that now.

Do you have an example that I could listen to?
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#1290264 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Not really. I haven't recorded anything since I moved into this room and I'm just now considering getting back into making some videos and stuff. I guess my main question is do you think some audio wedge foam would help overall?
User avatar
#1290266 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
It would reduce any reverb that there is by a bit, but I would go as far as to pad other parts of the room if you're already getting the foam for it. What are your settings on the microphone and what do you use software-side to record? It's possible you just have high standards for your audio (Not a bad thing!) I'll upload some samples I'll record and link you to them to see for yourself.
User avatar
#1290267 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
I'm just using audacity because I'm poor. I have my mic on the unidirectional setting with the on-mic gain turned down pretty low.
#1290270 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
Audacity is pretty good for free software.
Well, you have a stand which is already good for reducing keyboard clatter and thump, and a pop filter which is always nice.

Here's a super-rough recording, with notes on in the comments at the appropriate times so you can make judgement. soundcloud.com/fakeenglishaccent/sample
User avatar
#1290271 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Alright, thanks man. On a side note, if I do get some wedge foam, is there a specific way to apply it for best results? Like layout, what walls to use, how much of the foam, etc.
User avatar
#1290276 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
That's a tough question for me to answer; I had a friend who knows more about this stuff help me install some foam a while ago, but since I've moved I've been working with basic stuff, so I still have to do some research on my own. I just figured if you're going to spend a little money on a small amount of foam, you might as well spend a little more money to get the full package.


From what I recall, specific set-ups depend on the shape and size of the room, as well as where the room is located in the building. (Like, near a window or in the middle of the building.) But for the most part, you could just get away with insulating the major, uh, "noise" or "reverb zones" if you want to call it that.

I've gone about 20 hours without sleep though, so I have no idea if I'm just talking out my ass or if any of this makes sense. I would just suggest finding video guides on it, but it seems most the ones I'm finding have a substantial amount of dislikes, so I'm not sure how trust-worthy they are.
User avatar
#1290277 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Okay, thanks then.
User avatar
#1290278 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
At any rate, let me know how things go for you! This is an interesting problem that I've never heard about.
#1290163 - Keyboard clacks are just an inherent trait to live commentary …  [+] (11 new replies) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
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#1290164 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
As for just getting better quality, the simplest solution would be to get a high-quality microphone and record in something like FLAC.

I use a Blue Yeti Black USB Microphone (An XLR Microphone would be the most ideal as far as quality), and without using noise removal tools, it sounds pretty good. I do all my post work in something like FL Studio 12 or Adobe Audition and go from there. (FL Studio 12 Demo version comes with some VSTs, including Soundgoodizer and Maximus. These can be really helpful in getting a punchy radio-like quality to your recording.)
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#1290255 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Well I'm using a Blue Yeti if you can't see. But when I record it just doesn't sound... right. I'm not sure how to describe it, but I assume it's because of sound echoing off the corner of the room. And the keyboard clicks mostly just bother me. I'm sure I can live with it because audio from the videos I'm recording and stuff will probably cover most of it.
User avatar
#1290263 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
Oh. Duh. I can see that now.

Do you have an example that I could listen to?
User avatar
#1290264 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Not really. I haven't recorded anything since I moved into this room and I'm just now considering getting back into making some videos and stuff. I guess my main question is do you think some audio wedge foam would help overall?
User avatar
#1290266 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
It would reduce any reverb that there is by a bit, but I would go as far as to pad other parts of the room if you're already getting the foam for it. What are your settings on the microphone and what do you use software-side to record? It's possible you just have high standards for your audio (Not a bad thing!) I'll upload some samples I'll record and link you to them to see for yourself.
User avatar
#1290267 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
I'm just using audacity because I'm poor. I have my mic on the unidirectional setting with the on-mic gain turned down pretty low.
#1290270 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
Audacity is pretty good for free software.
Well, you have a stand which is already good for reducing keyboard clatter and thump, and a pop filter which is always nice.

Here's a super-rough recording, with notes on in the comments at the appropriate times so you can make judgement. soundcloud.com/fakeenglishaccent/sample
User avatar
#1290271 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Alright, thanks man. On a side note, if I do get some wedge foam, is there a specific way to apply it for best results? Like layout, what walls to use, how much of the foam, etc.
User avatar
#1290276 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
That's a tough question for me to answer; I had a friend who knows more about this stuff help me install some foam a while ago, but since I've moved I've been working with basic stuff, so I still have to do some research on my own. I just figured if you're going to spend a little money on a small amount of foam, you might as well spend a little more money to get the full package.


From what I recall, specific set-ups depend on the shape and size of the room, as well as where the room is located in the building. (Like, near a window or in the middle of the building.) But for the most part, you could just get away with insulating the major, uh, "noise" or "reverb zones" if you want to call it that.

I've gone about 20 hours without sleep though, so I have no idea if I'm just talking out my ass or if any of this makes sense. I would just suggest finding video guides on it, but it seems most the ones I'm finding have a substantial amount of dislikes, so I'm not sure how trust-worthy they are.
User avatar
#1290277 - dudemiesterman (08/18/2015) [-]
Okay, thanks then.
User avatar
#1290278 - butterypie (08/18/2015) [-]
At any rate, let me know how things go for you! This is an interesting problem that I've never heard about.
#1290162 - As for the game itself, shameless self-plug time! (Th… 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#1290161 - Return it. Rent it. If you like, buy The Taken King.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/18/2015 on Video Games Board - console... 0
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#1290200 - BmanX (08/18/2015) [-]
>renting

What is this, 2002?