cleaning audio files
colhatts at gmail.com
Wed Feb 15 23:55:14 UTC 2012
I've found that Audacity's 'noise removal' is good to a degree. It also
removes that frequency from the voice bits and if you're not careful your
people sound like chipmunks and other 'wobbly' noises are picked up by
earphones but not too noticeable if not using earphones. I've found Sound
Forge more effective - but also more time consuming (probably because I
need to learn more about how Sound Forge works).
On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 10:41 AM, Alex Francois <
Alexandre.Francois at vjf.cnrs.fr> wrote:
> hi Nick,
> the free software editor *Audacity *has a function called 'Noise
> removal' (in its menu "Effect") which I've found useful.
> Dr Alex FRANÇOIS
> LACITO - CNRS, France
> 2009-2012: Visiting Fellow
> Dept of Linguistics
> School of Culture, History and Language
> Australian National University
> ACT 0200, Australia
> On 16/02/2012 6:32 AM, Nick Thieberger wrote:
> Does anyone have any experience of cleaning up constant noise or
> particular recurrent noise in audio files? I'm thinking about using
> either SoundSoap or SoundSoap Pro, but am interested to know of other
> useful (and affordable) tools too.
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