Adobe Audition is a powerful audio editing program. Unless you shoot your video and record audio in a professional studio, there is a good chance that your video clips have unwanted and bad background noise. But, with Adobe Audition and it’s amazing tools, you can remove those sounds easily and efficiently.
In this entire series of Video tutorials, you will learn everything from finding that unwanted noise in your video to removing it, including other annoying sounds. This tutorial in perfect for first time Audition users.
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The Adobe Audition tutorial in presented by Jason Levine and is 26 minutes long.
Remove Unwanted Noise with Adobe Audition
Finding the Noise in your Audio Files
This tutorial reviews typical noise scenarios you will encounter when cleaning up your clips.
How to Remove Rings and Beeps
In this video, you will learn how to use the Paintbrush selection tool to select the unwanted noise, creating noise profile of the unwanted sound, and apply the Sound Remover effect to remove it.
Getting Rid of Unwanted Sounds mixed into Main Audio
Learn how to use the Paintbrush selection tool to select the unwanted noise, create another noise profile, and again use the Sound Remover effect to remove a bell that rings at the same time that someone is talking.
Also learn how to remove ambient noise by using the marquee selection tool to select the background noise, capturing a noise print, and using the Noise Reduction effect to remove it.
Removing all Annoying Noise in One Step
Use the Adaptive Noise Reduction effect to analyze the audio in the clip and adapt to changes in the noise over time. This will allow you to remove all the noise in one step.
Healing Files Automatically and Exporting Final Audio
Use both the Marquee selection tool and the Paintbrush selection tool to select a noise, and you will use the Auto Heal feature to attenuate the noise. Also learn the different settings to correctly export your clip in the proper format.