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snakers4 (Alexander), May 24, 09:20

Really working in the wild audio noise reduction libraries

Spectral gating

github.com/timsainb/noisereduce

It works. But you need a sample of your noise.

Will work well out of box for larger files / files with gaps where you can pay attention to each file and select a part of file that would act as noise example.

RNNoise: Learning Noise Suppression

Works with any arbitrary noise. Just feed your file.

It works more like adative equalizer.

It filters noise when there is no speech.

But it mostly does not change audio when speech is present.

As authors explain, it improves snr overall and makes sound less "tiring" to listen.

Description / blog posts

- people.xiph.org/~jm/demo/rnnoise/

- github.com/xiph/rnnoise

Step-by-step instructions in python

- github.com/xiph/rnnoise/issues/69

#audio

#deep_learning

timsainb/noisereduce

Noise reduction / speech enhancement for python using spectral gating - timsainb/noisereduce


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