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Digital editing is performed using a sophisticated Sequoia-based digital audio workstation. Generally for live concert
recordings we try to keep the amount of editing to a minimum in order to preserve the integrity of the original performance. A concert
recording will usually need very little editing – perhaps the removal of environmental noise (e.g. air-conditioning rumble), and if
requested removal of audience applause (although this is a traditional feature of live recordings).
Editing of Session recordings
however is usually more complicated since it entails splicing together each piece from a number of takes. The complexity can range
from 10's to 100's of precision edits.
We also handle editing of existing recorded material. A range of recording formats can be handled including Protools sessions as well
as discrete audio files encoded as WAV, BCW, AIFF, and MP3 on either PC or Macintosh CD or hard-disk media.
Classical Music Recording and Post Production
Putting the class into Classical