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@Tetsujin mentioned in a comment that sound engineering requires significant craft: There is no one-setting-fits-all unless your recording/mixing engineers have already done a significant part of the task, by ear; or you are prepared to accept whatever-fits-the-numbers, which as you've already discovered usually sounds bad. There is a considerable amount of ...


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For lack of answers, I programmed an AppleScript that controls the Audacity Graphical User Interface and achieves the same result. It loads a track with the noise and gets the noise profile, loads the track with the voice, removes the noise with that profile and the saved settings, and does the same with a limiter and a compressor. set noise_track to "/...


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