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* Hello, could somebody tell me if there is a Sox equivalent command line instruction that is the same as Audacity's Noise Reduction function. I'd like to pass in three wave file, and three parameters: noise reduction in dB, sensitivity and frequency smoothing. Is that possible, does anybody know? Thank you in advance.
@ 2019-01-23 16:36 Steve Masters
  2019-01-24  0:22 ` Kerry Hoath via Sox-users
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* Re: Hello, could somebody tell me if there is a Sox equivalent command line instruction that is the same as Audacity's Noise Reduction function. I'd like to pass in three wave file, and three parameters: noise reduction in dB, sensitivity and frequency smoothing. Is that possible, does anybody know? Thank you in advance.
  2019-01-23 16:36 Hello, could somebody tell me if there is a Sox equivalent command line instruction that is the same as Audacity's Noise Reduction function. I'd like to pass in three wave file, and three parameters: noise reduction in dB, sensitivity and frequency smoothing. Is that possible, does anybody know? Thank you in advance Steve Masters
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The short answer is no.


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