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Concert sound problem...

I recorded a live concert performance just fine but found that songs with a lot of bass high volume caused distortion in the sound. Is there any way to compensate for this?

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You can clear the noisy sound by yourself. I just got help from, and I found there are many news and shows info in it. For more help on music and sports, you can visit the website by yourself.

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You need to transfer the file into computer, and then clean the audio using a software program.

If you want a professinal tool, download software from:

Steinberg Media Technologies

You can also find some free software with basic sound editing, filtering and cleaning option, see:

Sound Cleaner
Download Sound Cleaner free software

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