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Mute 2-track interview audio on "listener" track

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Jun 11, 2024 Jun 11, 2024

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Hello, first time poster using 24.4.1.3.  I have 2 audio tracks from an interview.  When one person speaks, the other listens, and vice versa.  The listener's microphone picks up audio from the speaker.  I'm not worried about that.

 

Is there a way to mute audio below a certain dB threshold without highlighting every single instance within a clip? 

 

For example, please look at the sections of the clip I've placed in a yellow box in the attached photo.  Let's say I wanted all of those sections in the yellow boxes to be muted without having to highlight and mute every instance.  Is this possible?   

 

I'm thinking of something like a "reverse hard limiter..."  Instead of pulling all audio over a certain dB threshold back to a prescribed dB, the question I'm asking is more about finding a way to mute all audio under a certain dB threshold.

 

Will this destroy audio I don't want to destroy by muting little pauses between words and sentences?

 

If anyone has a hack or legit method, I'd love to hear it.

 

Thanks!

 

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Jun 12, 2024 Jun 12, 2024

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Hi @Laccolith Media ,

 

This video from our fellow expert will help in this situation 🙂

https://youtu.be/6HecS03NfFE?si=HkAJ96wOZwkV60OK

Best regards, Euan.

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Have a look at the expander in the dynamics effectsexpander.png

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