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ralizeiro

Hello everyone.
I have some MP3 audio files which have a problem. It's a speech. The microphone didn't work, so the recording of the speaker's voice was done automatically with the laptops mic. The problem is that the laptop was distant and there were some people speaking close to the laptop, interfering with the speech. I'd like to know if it's possible to clean the file and amplify the speaker's voice. There's a sample file attached.
I use audacity, but I'm open to suggestions.
Thank you in advance.
Ralizeiro
April 1, 2012 @02:15pm
VK_Electronic

forget it
possible only with really high-end equipment
January 27, 2013 @12:38am