Over the next several days, we intend to release several video tutorials that introduce simple techniques in audio editing. We use HairerSoft’s Amadeus II to edit audio clips. You won’t be confined to this Mac software title. You can use any Mac or Windows audio application that you are comfortable with like Apple’s Logic Pro, Soundtrack Pro, Berkley Integrated Audio Software’s Peak Pro and so forth.
This video tutorial series is not about how to remove a systematic noise. For example, if you listen to this audio clip (Right-button-click on it and choose Open Link in New Window. You may want to raise the system audio volume to Level 6 or higher.), it contains an annoying motor-sound-like noise. In fact, we often run across video tutorials created by software developers that contain this sort of noise. And we won’t touch this subject in this audio editing video tutorial series. If an audio clip contains a similar noise, the person who recorded
The first video tutorial of the series involves an audio clip that contains a click sound, which we want to remove.
Making video tutorials is not that easy. We edit the audio track every time we make a video tutorial. By the way, the sample audio above comes from a documentation video that we released the other day at our SEO section. (See References for more information.)
Amadeus II is a product of HairerSoft.