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  1. Hi all. New to the forums, though I've watched Gopher's stuff for a few years now. I was wondering, has he ever done a video that goes in depth about his current editing process, specifically about how he handles audio and audio levels? I know a quality mic has a lot to do with overall quality of sound, but I'm talking more about how he integrates his mic and game sound? For example, I've been rewatching the last few episodes of the Far Harbor playthrough recently and both sets of sound come through so clearly without overpowering the other. Is he really just using audio ducking or is there something more to it? If he's made a tutorial or something, and I have just missed it somehow, I'd really appreciate a link. Gopher's sound balance is just really on point and I'd love to learn how to emulate it.
  2. Hello All, I recently started watching some of Gophers earlier videos, namely the Fallout 3 Let's Play, and noticed a distinct difference between the audio quality of those videos compared to his more current videos such as Fallout New Vegas & Witcher 2. When I listen to my own videos, I notice that my quality is on par with that of Gopher's earlier videos and I would like it to be on par with his current ones. I don't think it is an equipment issue as I am using a Blue Yeti mic, recording with Action (I used to use DXTory, but it doesn't handle 4k very well) and editing with Sony Vegas. I did watch an old video of Gopher's describing how he does his recording (back in his DXTory days), but I still can't seem to replicate his current quality. Can anyone point me towards any tutorials or information sources that will help me get better sound quality? Thank you in advance, John P.S. I am not sharing my youtube link here out of respect for Gopher. Plus, my channel is kind of an embarrassment at the moment.
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