I AM TRYING TO just get the voices that are very faint in background almost whispers to be able to be intelligible and clear enough to be able to tell at least a portion of what is being said. It is a very short clip, but I am at the end of my rope with trying things and still can’t completely tell anything for certain. Someone with more know how and skill please assist me in this journey. I would be very grateful and it just might be the motivation for the change in my life I so desperately need. :question: :question: :question: :unamused: :unamused: :cry: :bulb: :bulb:

Sorry, can’t be done.
To record voices in noisy environments requires having the microphone very close to the person speaking - ideally using a microphone that is designed for that purpose:


EQs, noisegates, high passes and all other tricks in the book are not useful for bad recording: you just have anything to change that has already inherent properties. The basic (if it’s unpleasant) truth is. If your recording is tainted by external noise, it’s a poor outcome, one way or another.

This doesn’t mean you should give up, but it means that if you have all that is available, you won’t be able to make material, you’ve just got so much to go against you. Pick to record someplace else. You may find a friend with a better sounding home than your own, or you might try renting professional treatments, or you might find the least adventurous spot in your home and see what you can do with it with some imagination, soundproofing and a hint of good luck. But your dilemma will not be solved by plug-ins, filters or something.