Learn how to remove background noise in this video tutorial by DVGenius.
Whether it’s the hum of a refrigerator or a really loud cricket, background noise can be one of the most frustrating obstacles for any video production to overcome. The best way to avoid these problems is to record the best possible audio on set, but when the best just isn’t good enough you might have to do some post processing.
Adobe Audition integrates fantastically with Premiere. Audition comes pre-loaded with a ton of really great noise reduction tools but the one in this tutorial is the noise reduction (process) tool. The following tutorial created by John Lynn of DVGenius shows us how to use this tool to remove annoying background noise in Adobe Audition. The video covers:
- Capture Noise Point Tool
- Noise Reduction (Process) Tool
- Using the Dynamic Link
- Working with Noise Floors
The process is not too complicated but can definitely take your productions to the next level. Just remember that while there are a lot of great processes you can use to make your audio sound better, they are no replacement for your own two ears. Listen to your audio, tweak the settings, and you’ll be able to get high-quality audio in no time.
This video was first shared by John Lynn on the DVGenius YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing!
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