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Janus Vinther
Where is the Rumble-filter in Audition Cs6
on Jul 3, 2012 at 9:40:58 pm

Is there anyone who know where the Rumble-filter (from Soundbooth) is hidden in the new Audition Cs6. It seems that Adobe made a fusion of Soundbooth and Audition Cs2. It was wise to do that :-) But I miss the nice clean-up filter "Rumble" I used alot when using Soundbooth. This filter was nice to remove microphone wind-rumble from video-recordings. The cool idea is to show the sound as a graph and then heal part of the sound. Why did Adobe remove the rumble-filter? Is there a similar filter in Audition Cs6? I tried to remove the 60 hz in the EQ. It destroys everything.

// Janus.

Janus Vinther


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Joseph W. Bourke
Re: Where is the Rumble-filter in Audition Cs6
on Jul 7, 2012 at 3:55:07 pm

I dont' think there is a Rumble filter in the sense of a labeled preset. You would most likely do this in the EQ section:

http://helpx.adobe.com/audition/using/filter-equalizer-effects.html

Or use a sample of your rumble (noise floor), then remove that from the clip - a very easy process. Here are some useful charts of audio sound frequency, in case you don't already have one:

http://audiofederation.com/blog/archives/899

Joe Bourke
Owner/Creative Director
Bourke Media
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Phil Williams
Re: Where is the Rumble-filter in Audition Cs6
on Feb 5, 2014 at 2:55:03 am

The Mic-Rumble filter is located under

EFFECTS -> FILTER AND EQ -> FFT Filter -> Kill the Mic Rumble

Hope that helps.

Bit late responding, but...

Best,
Phil
philsvoiceovers.com


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Bill Gallagher
Re: Where is the Rumble-filter in Audition Cs6
on Apr 8, 2015 at 12:44:16 pm

I'm interested in using Audition CS6 to remove turntable rumble, which is a low-frequency artifact of turntable motors. The "rumble" filter used in Soundbooth was for that. I'm not sure what "Mic-Rumble" is supposed to mean.


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