Is there a way to remove room tone during monitoring/recording of audio in Audition?

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Dec 03, 2020 Dec 03, 2020

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Hi everybody, I have been working on improving the audio quality of my podcast. The biggest change I have made recently is that I am now recording directly into audition using two Shure SM7B microphones and a Zoom H4N as an audio interface. I always set the frequency to 44100 of the recorder and multitrack session, because I noticed pitch distortions and clicking when I recorded in 48000. I also set the bit depth to 32 (Float), but I am unsure if that affects anything. Anyways, I was recently able to reduce the latency of my monitoring enough that I can hear the audio without any delay. However, I have noticed thata I can always pick up on the room tone while monitoring. I am accustomed to removing this pitch after recording by capturing a noise print in the waveform and compensating forr it, but I was wondering if there is a way to do this over the track as a whole? By that, I mean it would be nice for the monitoring to sound cleaner and closer to the final recording, as I am finding the pitch and other imperfections distracting. Thanks so much for any help in advance. 

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