Remove Background Noise With Audacity: If you are a YouTuber or used to record video then you often face the background noise problem in your audio. Today we are going to discuss the best way to remove background noise from audio or video file.
We are going to use open-source software called Audacity but you can use this software for desktop or laptop only you can not use it on mobile.
First download Audacity. Once you download and open Audacity, you will be brought to the general layout dashboard.
Audacity can import many audio file formats, like WAV, AIFF, and MP3. To import other audio file formate need optional FFmpeg library to install, a larger range of formats, including WMA and the audio content of most video files, can be imported by installing this library.
The best way to use Audacity is to import an existing audio file and make the desired change to it. If you have never used Audacity before, then just start with the basics.
Now lets us know how to use audacity to remove background noise.
1.You can record the file directly in audacity or can import the audio file to import the file first launch Audacity, then import an audio file by selecting File > Import > Audio…
A quicker method is to just drag and drop the file.
2.Now to remove background noise Go to the effects menu and scroll down to the noise removal tab and click.
3.After that you get a pop-up asking you to “Get noise profile”. This allows Audacity to know what to filter out. It generally picks up what is seen as background noise, so it has a profile on what background noise to remove from your sound file.
4.Now select and highlight the part of audio from which you wish to remove the background noise, go to the effects menu and select noise removal in the menu.
5.Adjust the settings to suit, once you’re done with your settings click ok. Finally, listen to your audio file and make sure it sounds correct. Once you are satisfied with the audio you can export it. To export your file click: File > Export and select the file type. You can export to MP3 or WAV in the export dropdown menu but there are other export types if you click File > Export > Export Audio. Once you have adjusted the settings click ok to export.
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