Hey, thanks for the suggestion/instructions! I can see what you mean in the difference between the before/after with the noise reduction. I'll definitely use it again in the future.KevinS wrote: ↑September 28th, 2020, 7:24 pmIf you listen to the first one second and watch the meter up above, you'll see the meter bounce to the right.
You can do the same for the last 5 seconds where you likely used the generate silence effect. The meter doesn't move at all.
It may be that using the silence effect at the closing 5 seconds adjusts Checker downward, but that's only something I've heard. I don't know if that's true.
But you can use that first one second as a sample in the noise reduction effect and then, for the second step, select the whole recording and press 'Go,' or whatever the lower button says. (Hahah! I don't remember as it's so common for me.)
If you wanted, I bet you could find one of Phil's videos that explains noise reduction. (In fact, that's the main topic of our next unofficial LV Zoom sessions.)
If you would like, I can find an appropriate link for you.
Again, though, your recording is fine. And dandy.
The cleaned up file:
20:29.43 run time