Adobe Audition – Reducing unwanted background noise
Often when editing a clip you hear unwanted background noise even with a really good mic and your high or low pass filter turned on to high.
In Adobe Audition you can very easily get rid of background noise in a few simple steps.
Step1: Highlight the background noise
Open up your track in Audition and go to the segment in your track where you can only hear the background noise. No production noise that you would like included in your track must be included in this segment.
Step 2: Filter it out using “Noise Reduction / Restoration”
Go to Effects > Noise Reduction / Restoration > Capture Noise Print
Step 3: Now reduce the noise
Go to Effects > Noise Reduction (Process)
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Settings in this panel will vary depending on the audio clip you are currently processing. It is recommended you try a few different variations to gain optimal output.