Echo Removal

I have conducted a couple of interviews in great big halls and it sounds very echoey. Any quick and easy way I can remove the echo?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Echo is one of the guaranteed ways to kill a show. You can put echo in, but you can’t take it out. See #1.

An echo is your own voice arriving at the microphone multiple different times reflected from the walls, so you are in essence, asking the software to remove you from yourself. Koz

The Four Horsemen of Audio Recording (reliable, time-tested ways to kill your show)
– 1. Echoes and room reverberation (Don’t record the show in your mom’s kitchen.)
– 2. Overload and Clipping (Sound that’s too loud is permanently trashed.)
– 3. Compression Damage (Never do production in MP3.)
– 4. Background Sound (Don’t leave the TV on in the next room.)