concerning getting rid of the hiss.
The track needs to be selected, which it is by default when you open or
import a file.
You first need to select a time range which covers a section of the audio
where there is only hiss, and no speech or music or whatever.
As an example, I'll assume that there is a section at the start of the
audio. You could select a time range by:
1. Start playback.
2. Press the X key to stop playback and position the cursor at the time
when you pressed the key. You would need to press the X key whilst there
was still only hiss.
3. Press shift + J to select a time range from the start of the track to
the cursor position.
Now you can open the Noise reduction effect, which is on the Effect menu. A
get noise profile button is the initial focus. Press it, and the dialog
Next, select a time range which covers all the audio in the track. You can
do this by pressing J to move the cursor to the start of the audio, and
then Shift + K to select from the start to the end of the audio.
Open the Noise reduction effect again. The dialog contains a number of
parameters which you can change, but you could just try using the defaults,
and simply press the OK button.
You can then play the audio and see how well the hiss has been removed.
If a suitable section of audio which just contains hiss is not at the start
of the audio, and you need help selecting it, just let us know.
On Mon, 9 Mar 2020 at 18:08, andre <andrefourie1984@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hallo this is andre hear I wood like to no how doo I remove his from a
audio track kan I celect a holl track to doo this I wood like to no will it
work if I kan remove pops and clicks wen I celect the holl track I kan not
rite wele but I wodd like help from all blind users of Audacity Audacity is
a good program for the blind I hope to get to no it a bit mor so I kan use
it hope to hear from good blind users