Join Paul Murphy for an in-depth discussion in this video Basic noise reduction, part of Adobe Audition: Mixing Music and Dialog.
- [Instructor] There are a few different tools you can use…for noise reduction in Audition, and it's a good idea…to understand the differences between them…so you can choose the right one for the job.…First off is the adaptive noise reduction effect.…And while this is not the most effective at removing noise…in Audition, it certainly is the fastest.…Also, as the name suggests, the effect is adaptive,…meaning will adjust how much noise it reduces…based on how much noise there is at the current time,…which makes it good for unpredictable noise,…especially when you're recording outdoors,…and you can't control the elements,…as was the case with this clip here.…
Let's have a listen to this.…I'll just move my player head to this point,…turn on solo, and we'll play back this track here.…- [Recorded voice] Because you really only know leadership…when you see it, and that's why leadership by example…is so, so important.…You can really then assess that person, and go,…this is the kind of person we want to bring…into our organization.…
- Fixing recording issues such as clipped audio and background noise
- Enhancing dialog with compression and EQ
- Automating music levels
- Setting the right levels for venue
- Exporting your mix back to your editing project