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It's not uncommon when editing audio from a live performance to encounter occasional background noises like the accentuated finger noise of a guitar, mouth n...

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  • It's not uncommon when editing audio from a live performance to encounter occasional background noises like the accentuated finger noise of a guitar, mouth noises, or even headphone bleed- through of a click track during quieter passages. This is when Samplitude's Spectral Editing can be of great assistance. Spectral editing makes it possible to view your audio as a spectrogram allowing you to pinpoint these short duration noises. They can then be selected with a special mouse mode and removed . The underlying musical frequencies are then recalculated and rendered as a seamless edit