Repairing Clipped Audio

I walk through how I use Soundtrack Pro with Bias Soundsoap to repair some podcast audio. The audio came in clipped but not distorted so badly as to be unusable. I originally did it the hard way using Soundtrack Pro’s “Clicks and Pops” tool. That took hours. Then I remembered Soundsoap has a feature to remove clicks. We dial down the noise handling part and use just a touch of the click removal and it works well and quickly.

 

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2 Replies to “Repairing Clipped Audio”

  1. I don’t know how I even got to this blog post, but I’ve been searching everywhere for a way to help some bad audio I got at a video shoot today and this technique has been as good as I could imagine it being. Thank you!

  2. No problem. I have all my best tricks in my youtube channel. Just stuff I have figured out the hard way over the years in podcasting. If I can help further just let me know.

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