How to Apply Noise Reduction in Audacity

Reducing the amount of noise in a track is important for clean audio. Now that we have the ability to do it via realtime effects, it can be done non-destructively. But not everyone is on board with using realtime effects yet so I want to take a few minutes to show you how to apply the Noise Reduction effect that comes packaged with Audacity.

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Audacity 3.2.3 Released

I pulled the previous video I did on this update to version 3.2.3 of Audacity. I explain why in this redo. I also show you how to restore the Cut/Copy/Paste toolbar that’s back in 3.2.3. While it’s not new in 3.2.3, I show you how to restore the Device Toolbar and how to remove the Audio Setup and Share Audio buttons.

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