Hey there. I recorded some vocal audio commentary with multiple people in a room that was not great for recording it, and so consequently there is a ton of noise, some people are quieter than others, etc. The latter I can work with and mess with later, the main issue I am having is…
No matter how I attempt the noise removal, the voice still carry a hint of “boomy-ness” from the room. I hoped that I could post some samples here and get some advice on what the best sort of settings I should be using.
Thanks for anything you can do!
The first sample has the noise sample I used as the noise profile. It has some controller clacking in it that… ultimately I can just noise gate out if it’s not completely removed so that’s not a big deal; should I avoid including controller clacking in the noise profile?
The second sample has a lower voice level that I want to make sure, in the final product, the words are at least still understandable (“Are we going to sync what”), even if the quality on them has to be lower because of their low volume.
The third sample has some booming that… I’m not sure, either someone hit the table the mic was on, or something, but. I figured I’d include it (as well as the audio that follows as an additional sample) to see what the experts can suggest on that as well!