I am not a crook's head
Since: Mar 14, 2003
I know that the old Cool Edit Pro had this feature. I'm not sure if it was carried forward into Adobe Audition, or if there were stand-alone versions released.
Posted on Sep 28, 2006 01:40 am
Jak of all trades Master of none
Member Since: Aug 21, 2006
Is there any software/product on the market that allow you to record "steady, ambient noise" from your studio (such as whirring computer fans/rack powersupply fans/air-con etc...) and remove this EXACT noise from any mic'd recordings you make in the same environment ???
Think the same sort of technology as noise cancellation headphones ?
I'd assume as long as this noise is consistent in pitch, timbre and SPL, then the technology already exists to implement this idea.
Or am i searching for the unattainable Holy Grail of the home studio engineer ??
Opinions or thoughts ?
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