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Patrick Haley
Re: Is there a way to reduce static in an 8 KHz/8-bit/mono wav file?
on Feb 25, 2019 at 9:00:27 pm

Ok, I managed to figure this out with help from a few different threads. What I was doing was converting to an 8-bit mono file, importing the wav file, running the noise reduction and then saved again as an 8-but mono file. If the file is already 8-bit/mono, just save and match the source type. I found out the KHz doesn't really matter so I left that alone to maintain some quality. Here are my steps:

1. Import the mp3
2. Go to Edit > Convert to Sample Type. Set channels to mono, bit depth to 8-bit, enable dithering and set to gaussian
3. Capture the noise print and run noise reduction using this tutorial:




4. Export the file as a wav and choose "Same as Source for all options"

This should maintain the quality of the export and drastically decrease the noise.


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