Requiring a experienced audio engineer to clean and/or remove as much as possible a vocal delay from a conversation for transcription. The conversation and transcription are to be utilized for legal and academic purposes (original and cleaned).
The audio files develop a predictable delayed echo starting off small then over time a second or more vocal delay out of sync with the lip motion, (samples from beginning and end of conversations attached).
Audio quality needs to be clear and concise to forensic standards if possible or as much as possible to remove the predictable delayed echo and periodic pops and crackles.
all audio files and duration's,
audio 1/ duration: 39 minutes, 3 seconds
audio 2/ duration: 39 minutes, 13 seconds
audio 3/ duration: 4 hours, 10 minutes, 16 seconds
audio 4/ duration: 2 hours, 9 minutes, 32 seconds
audio 5/ duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes, 59 seconds
audio 6/ duration: 1 hour, 54 minutes, 2 seconds
audio 7/ duration: 51 minutes, 8 seconds
If this is the kind of work your capable of doing or have done so before I look forward to working with you, thank you.
Thanking you all for your enthusiasm so far and many to choose from. In helping me choose I've attached a random six minute recording sample of the delayed vocal echo which is out of sync with the lip motion.
If any of the serous contenders who have so far bidded can remove the delayed vocal echo from this sample I'd like to hear the end results and award to the engineer who can produce the best results for the sample.
As stated in the first post there are several files and many hours of conversation to clean and the quality needs to be as clean from the vocal delay as possible for legal and academic purposes.
Thanking all so far and looking forward to working with the winning bidder.
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Hi there, Fellow aussie now living in Germany :) If you send me through one example i can send back to you, make sure your happy and then we can go from there. Kind regards, Nick