#1
Howdy!
So, I've recorded this thing in Cubase, and I have mixed it into perfection, but I still get that noise in the background.. How do I delete that? Can't seem to find the right plug-in..
Thanks
#2
I dunno about Cubase, but you can easily do it in Adobe Audition, with the Noise Reduction filter
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#4
Are you talking about the electrical hum? Or just background noise?

I'm sure cubase has a plugin to fix that.
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#5
Geez... The Waves bundle has a great de-noiser, but that bundle is expensive. Since I'm mostly pretty broke these days, I've had to learn to make my tracks with as little noise as possible in the first place. In the end, that is better anyways.

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