Ableton Tutorial: Automatically De-Noise Audio Without 3rd-Party Plug-Ins

Ableton Live is a treasure trove for musicians, sound designers and audio editors. It turns out you can create a de-noise module without 3rd party plug-ins if you know how.

I love RX by iZotope. I especially love the dialogue/vocal de-noise module. I just click the button, sample a bit of the background noise, and run the algorithm. Next thing you know the noise is gone and there is a minimal effect to the dialogue or vocal. The one downfall of RX is its price. It is completely worth it if you need to use it a lot, but for those of us on a budget the price tag can be a bit hefty… especially if we only need it every now-and-then.

This got me thinking. Is there a way to get similar results using audio effects native to Ableton Live?

And, as it turns out, there is. It isn’t on the same level as RX, but it gets the job done and what’s more, it is automated. Let’s find out how to do it!

Read the Full Article -> Ask.Audio

*this is an excerpt of an article of mine for Ask.Audio

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Author: Joshua Casper

Joshua Casper is an Artist, Musician, and Blogger.

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