I have an audio file which has certain unwanted noise peaks (well I am exactly not sure what specific term should be used for this kind of problem) that I have tried to fix using different tools after watching a bunch of tutorials on Youtube, but the problem is still there.
I am attaching my audio file, see at 6, 8, 12 secs you will hear a sound of VO artist as if she is getting too close to mic while recording. Again this is just a wild guess at my end with very little or basic experience of using Audition.
Can someone help by guiding how to remove this problem and have a slightly better and clean audio.
on May 12, 2017 at 2:20:39 pm Last Edited By Chris Wright on May 12, 2017 at 2:21:13 pm
in audition, run declicker, then remove pop with noise reduction click/pop eliminator. you'll have to select the bad areas manually then slide detect full left for most controls. its easier to just use heal brush ctrl+u on the transients at this point.
or try izotope rx deplosive is way easier to use and one click fix.