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{{ednote|'''Peter 15Dec14:'''The new '''Noise Reduction''' effect is replacing '''Noise Removal''' in 2.1.0, in which case this page will need to be "retired"/deprecated.  Because the Wiki relates to current released Audacity this page '''''must''''' remain in the Wiki until 2.1.0 is released.<p>Once 2.1.0 has been released the contents of this page can be deleted and replaced with a note directing readers to the new page ''(and a link to the Legacy Wiki page for users of obsolete versions of Audacity)''.  This will be better than a "Move" leaving a redirect as we can make it clear to the reader that the old effect has been replaced with an improved version. </p>
 
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{{note|From 2.1.0 onwards Noise Removal has been replaced with a much improved effect called Noise Reduction.
 
{{note|From 2.1.0 onwards Noise Removal has been replaced with a much improved effect called Noise Reduction.
  

Revision as of 11:22, 13 July 2015

From 2.1.0 onwards Noise Removal has been replaced with a much improved effect called Noise Reduction.

Please see How Audacity Noise Reduction Works

If you are using a version of Audacity prior to 2.1.0 the please see the Legacy Wiki page.