Re: denoising audio files
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On 05/22/2012 03:31 AM, Ricardus Vincente wrote:
On Mon, 2012-05-21 at 22:36 -1000, david wrote:Audacity has a noise removal feature that lets you select a few seconds of what you consider noise, and identify that to the program as noise. A good spot for me is areas in a recording that are supposed to be silent but generally aren't if you're recording mic input live. Then you select the whole track and run the noise removal on it. Works well enough for me.Have you seen the current state of NR plugins available for other platforms these days? It is way beyond that.
Haven't seen or done anything with audio on Windows or Mac, so I'll take your word for it.
I can always hear the artifacts that Audacity's NR plug leaves behind.
I don't hear any at all, but probably your ears are better than mine.
I have an ancient version of Sound Forge (so old it can not even import anything except 16 bit files) and its NR plugins sound way better.
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