You have to ensure that when you create the "noise profile", the selection
contains noise only.
The "noise profile" tells the effect what kind of sound it should remove.
On Wed, 30 Oct 2019 at 17:23, Orlando Enrique Fiol <
At 04:37 PM 10/29/2019, Justin Williams wrote:
>I've noticed, that when I reduce the hissing noise in the background, the
>volume of the recording goes down some. Are there some noise settings
>would optimize and balance this?
I've wanted to switch to Audacity's noise reduction from Sound forge
because I now use Audacity more than Sound Forge. But try as I may, I
can't find the right noise reduction settings. On one extreme, no
noise is removed; on the other, the entire track becomes silent. This
holds true both with noise capturing and manual settings. Is
Audacity's noise reduction a serious contender?
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