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Unformatted text preview: . process the entire file. Using the Noise Reduction plug-in with Vegas
1. Open ACnoise.WAV from the folder where you installed Noise Reduction and drag it to the Track View (creating a new track) in Vegas.
2. Click on the Bus FX control. The Plug-In Chooser dialog will appear. 3. Add the Sonic Foundry Noise Reduction plug-in as a Bus FX by double-clicking and then clicking the Bus FX plug-in chooser’s OK button. The Noise Reduction dialog will
appear. CHP. 2 NOISE REDUCTION 12 4. On the Noise Reduction dialog, click the Capture noiseprint check box. 5. Make a time selection in Vegas. (Make sure the tracks you want to apply Noise Reduction to are assigned to the Bus with the FX.)
6. On the Vegas transport bar, click the play ( ) button. (If loop play is enabled, click the stop ( ) button. Otherwise, Vegas will continue playing the time selection.)
After the noiseprint has been captured, use the Noise Reduction controls to edit.
Note: You may also create an Assignable FX
to apply Noise Reduction. For more
information, see Using Noise Reduction as an
Assignable FX with Vegas on page 60. Creating a new file with processed output You can “isolate” the processed mix in Vegas for future projects by doing the following:
1. Mute all unwanted tracks.
2. From the File menu, choose Save As. The Save As dialog will appear.
3. From the Save as file type, choose the file format that you want to use.
4. Type a file name and click the OK button to save the mix to a new file.
Note: You may also create a new processed
track by muting all unwanted tracks and
choosing Mix to new track from the Tools
menu. NOISE REDUCTION CHP. 2 13 Using Noise Reduction with Cakewalk Pro Audio
1. Open the audio track you would like to process into an Audio View (from the Multi-track view, select Audio from the right-click pop-up menu.)
2. Press the Alt key and click and drag to select a region of time in one of the tracks which contains the background noise. (Consult the Cakewalk Pro Audio documentation.)
3. Right-click to open a pop-up menu, then choose Sonic Foundry Noise Reduction from the
Audio Effects menu. 4. Click the Capture noiseprint check box, click Audition, and then click Stop as soon as the audition starts to play.
5. Click the Cancel button to exit from the Noise Reduction dialog.
6. Select the audio that you would actually like to remove the noise from inside Audio View (usually the entire clip).
7 Choose Sonic Foundry Noise Reduction from the Audio Effects menu.
8. Click the Capture noiseprint check box again to disable it.
9. Adjust settings as desired, and then press OK to process.
Note: Some DirectX plug-ins, including
Noise Reduction, are not supported as track
effects in the multi-track window. Cakewalk
Pro Audio requires that these effects be used in
the Audio View to process the audio. This
requirement is a Cakewalk Pro Audio issue
and not a Noise Reduction issue. Using Noise Reduction with Steinberg WaveLab
The following procedure is explained in two parts: opening the file and capturing the
Opening the file
1. Open ACnoise.WAV from the folder where you installed Noise Reduction.
2. Select a region that contains only the air conditioner noise (with no voice).
3. From the View menu, choose Window and then Master Section.
4. From the DirectX menu, choose Sonic Foundry Noise Reduction. CHP. 2 NOISE REDUCTION 14 Capturing the noiseprint
1. Click the Capture noiseprint check box at the bottom of the dialog.
2. Press F6 to play the current selection. After the first pass through the selection, the plug- in has captured a noiseprint and switched to process mode.
Noise Reduction is now reducing noise in real-time, but only reducing the selected noise.
3. Select the entire file in WaveLab and press F6 . The entire file will now play, allowing you to change parameters and simultaneously listen to the results.
4. Click the Apply button in the Master Section to process the entire file.
Note: During our tests with WaveLab, we
encountered a message box warning about a
“serious error.” If you experience the same,
contact Steinberg to report the issue. Using the Noise Reduction plug-in with IQS SawPro
The following procedure is explained in two parts: Opening the file and Capturing the
Opening the file
1. From the File menu, choose Open SoundFile and Add to MT.
2. Choose ACnoise.WAV from the folder where you installed Noise Reduction.
3. Select a region that contains only the air conditioner noise (with no voice).
4. Click the FX button on the track and choose DirectX Linker from the Effects Choices list.
5. Double-click on the DirectX Linker under the Current Patch List and select Noise Reduction from the DirectX Choices list.
6. Double-click on Noise Reduction from the Current Patch list. The Noise Reduction dialog will display. NOISE REDUCTION CHP. 2 15 Capturing the noiseprint
1. Click the Capture noiseprint check box.
2. Click Play Mark from the Remote Transport window to play the current selection. After the first pass...
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