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How to Reduce Noise and Restore Audio in Adobe Audition





Adobe Audition is a perfect application for recording and mixing audio for video, podcasting, and sound effects. It can also be used for cleaning up and restoring audio recordings of film dialogue or other video-oriented sounds. Watch this video to learn how to reduce noise and restore audio using Audition.

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2 thoughts on “How to Reduce Noise and Restore Audio in Adobe Audition”

  1. That's a weird example, because there's nothing in that selection that you want to keep, so it amounts to basically just turning down the volume of that selection! Surely a more useful example would be grabbing a sample of very generic background hiss, as opposed to a bump, and using that noise profile to remove the hiss from the entire track without impacting the voice.

  2. why don't you play it back once you have cleaned it?

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