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Do you still use car radio's that bad, that you can distinguish them from a home cinema set? Time to change cars...
I didn't need a sarcastic comment.
And the answer is that yes there is a difference. I am using a mp3 track with great clarity for the opening shot, and want to transition that into the car shot, so I would like there to be some difference in the sound quality. I don't just want to mess about with volume levels.
I don't use dab digital radio, and when I play a cd in the car, there is quite a bit of difference to listening to a track on the radio.
Bring up the audio mixer for the track. (Or go to an audio program.) Cut the bass, boost the mids, try boosting the highs - or damping them down. Use your ear to decide which. Good luck. There may be a preset effect to try out that does the same thing.
>what effects to use to make it sound like it is coming from a car radio.
Perhaps it is too obvious to mention, but: add the sound effect of the car's engine running.
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>when I play a cd in the car, there is quite a bit of difference to listening to a track on the radio.
In my car, things actually improve in that case.