Maztr's free online Audio File Denoiser is a quick and easy tool you can use right in your browser, without downloading any software, to remove or reduce background or ambient noise in your music and sound files. No account or login is required to use it.
The Audio File Denoiser is designed for users who don't want to sign up for an account and want a noise removal tool they can use quickly, on the fly. It can remove or reduce persistent background noise in your mix to give it a cleaner, brighter sound.
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It uses an algorithm to isolate background noise from quiet sections of your mix and then applies that profile to filter noise from the entire recording. The aim is to remove or reduce the noise as much as possible without altering the underlying signals. The process can be very effective at removing continuous or repetitive noise that degrades the final sound output.
Background noise is background or ambient sound in a recording. Any sound or interference that was unintended is background noise. There are many types of noise such as hum, hiss, buzz, whistles, rumble and crackle that can be generated by sources such as audio recording equipment, electronic interference or simply noise in the room.
Sensitivity sets the level of noise reduction. The higher the Sensitivity setting, the more noise is reduced however more artefacts or imperfections may occur in the output. As a guide, the signal-to-noise ratio can be increased by 5 to 20 dB without noticeable loss of audio quality.
No, it can't reduce occasional or irregular noises such as individual clicks and pops. It can also be difficult to get good results if the noise is very loud or the music or speech is not much louder than the noise itself.
Please note the Audio File Denoiser is not designed to replace our Mastering process. If you want the best results, we recommend you register for one of our accounts which have a much wider range of advanced "state of the art" Mastering tools, such as Equalizers, Compressors and Limiters, to make your songs and podcasts really shine.
If you need more information about Audio Noise Reduction, click here to read our Blog article on the subject.