Remove Different Frequencies from Audio in Adobe Audition
Edited by Djinu, Crystal, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to remove electronic noises from your recording. We're going to record us talking and play an electronic noise from our phone. We're going to talk over the electronic noise, then stop the recording. We're now going to try to clean up this recording with Adobe Audition.
- 1When we use the spectral audio waveform, this actually breaks down the audio into different frequencies. If we play the recording, we can see that the electronic noise is limited to that particular area of the waveform.We have the option of turning on this audio waveform and we also have the spectral version by clicking the red icon at the top.Advertisement
- 5If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the space below. Thank you.This is a quick way of cleaning up audio and deleting a certain section of audio within the audio waveform and spectrum.Advertisement
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