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Make audio sound like over phone?


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Does anybody know how to make an audio clip sound like it was from a phone? I have soundbooth, premiere pro, final cut pro, soundtrack pro, and garage band.
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There are several Google results for your subject line. This one was direct. Response number 2 here is good too.

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In short, take lots of low end out (using an equalizer).
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as stated earlier roll off a lot of low frequency. To be more specific I would use Soundtrack Pro and use an equalizer and roll off all frequencies below about 300Hz and boost the mids (about 1.25K). You will just have to play around with it.
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