Review: Hit‘n’Mix Infinity 4.7 by M. Louis Gordon, postPerspective

Review Hit'n'mix post perspective M. Louis Gordon

M. Louis Gordon closely examines Hit‘n’Mix Infinity 4.7, hitting on what the program does well, and where it could use some work. He talks about Infinity’s algorithm. He also talks about problems that audio editors run into, such as headphone bleed.

The process, though far from turnkey, did yield some impressive results. I was able to isolate the talent’s voice with minimal artifacting* (see note at end). A full sentence spoken by the engineer under a long, nasal breath from the talent was completely gone, leaving the desired voice in pretty good detail. I was struck with how much control and precision Infinity lends to what is often regarded as a sound editor’s nightmare.

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