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Remove Reverb, Noise and Echo from Audio with Premiere Pro CC

Some times as a video editor, you encounter really badly recorded audio, and all you have is Premiere to work with at your workstation.

This is what I use on Premiere Pro CC to make it slightly better.

Audio effects > Denoiser + Dynamics, Enable Auto Gate

Depending on how bad the audio is, sometimes just one filter is enough.

But yes, for audio recording it’s usually rubbish in rubbish out, and sometimes it is just an unfortunate accident.

Do leave a comment if you this works or if you have a better result!

Oct 2015 Edit: There’s an even better way to remove background noise if you have Adobe Audition. I will create a step by step instruction in another post.


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  2. Hi,
    Thx for your suggestion regarding the reverb cutting with Prem Pro.
    Have you, since then, published your advise for achieving a better result with Audition?
    Thx in advance.

  3. Loving the information on this website , you have done great job on the articles.

  4. In fact, there are times when I wonder if all the work I put into the removal of noise from audio files is something listeners even notice.

  5. I discovered that the Dynamics audio filter when added with the noise gate option did a wonder at decreasing the reverb.

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