Removing Noise in Adobe Audition Here is a preview of the new module on the recording page of our members area. Try Voice Over Club FREE FOR 7 DAYS! Related Posts:Do's & Don'ts of PodcastingHaving the Right Business MindsetRecording Professional Voice OversKiss My Budget!Making Mistakes Terry Daniel2023-06-20T10:27:00-06:00 4 Comments Besa April 11 at 6:19 am Hello, I’m Besa Thank u for this opportunity for me to ask you about the issue i’m having with my audio. I find that when recording myself off of my laptop, the fan noise is incredibly loud, I have one speaker i can try using that i haven’t yet, What is a sound card and what does it do, would it help me? Also, I don’t have a microphone, will buy one if nessessary but wouldn’t that just enhance the noise instead of eliminating it? Please help! Thank You in Advance! Besa Sybil Taylor April 13 at 1:23 pm Hello my name is Sybil , my question to you m Mr. Daniel is what three pieces of equipment do you recommend for setting up a beginners home base studio? Thanks , look forward to hearing from you. Scott M April 23 at 11:21 pm The advantage of having a microphone is you can distance it from the source of the noise, whereas your default built-in microphone is part of your computer and therefore right next to the fan. I personally find headset mics work fairly well, being right near your face and directional enough to mostly just pick up the voice unless the room’s not at all quiet. Terry and others may have different advice, though. Terry Daniel April 24 at 6:22 am Hi Scott! Thank you for your comments. If you’re going to do voiceovers professionally, I would never recommend using a built-in or headset mic. For starters, USB studio mics work pretty well. I recommend the AT2020. If you have the budget for an XLR studio quality mic, I would recommend the Rode or Neumann mics! I have the TLM 103 and love it! :-) Comments are closed.