Even one-pass Noise Reduction that you can automate would be nice. I think the closest we ever got was making Audacity not forget its Profile unless you explicitly changed it, or you closed Audacity. That way, you could get the Profile once and assuming nothing changed, apply Reduction (step 2) again and again.
There was also, from fuzzy memory, a way using a whole pile of programming to decide where the quietest part of a performance was and use that for the profile. That’s how ACX-Check measures Noise.
Thanks. Sadly, I didn’t understand what you said. I thought MuseHub SFX will be enough to handle. Unfortunately, even the plugin is not getting listed inside Audacity. Shall I remove Musehub. Not sure I am using the right way.
And while you’re here, correct me, the Audacity Noise Reduction Profile “hangs around” and can be used multiple times? There was another note about Audacity Noise Reduction being able to make up a profile if it thought it really needed to??