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hpr3751 :: Using Noisetorch

Noisetorch is a program for Linux that creates a virtual microphone that removes background sounds.

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Hosted by Deltaray on 2022-12-19 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Noisetorch demo video by Linux for everyone

The Pipewire soundsystem for Linux.


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Comment #1 posted on 2023-01-22 10:59:23 by Ken Fallon

Wow this actually works

I installed this after noticing that conference calls were picking up everything even when I was in the next room. Thanks Deltaray for posting this one +1 from me.
Comment #2 posted on 2023-03-28 17:57:37 by Reto

Noisetorch, the second choice

I was wondering why people who do podcasting buy sensitive condenser microphones. To understand it is recommended to watch 5 seconds of this video. The microphone in action, when you spin it away from your mouth I used a dynamic microphone for TEAMS calls. TEAMS I guess, has some noise cancelling in the software as well. While I could hardly understand the person speaking to me, because of the lawn mower outside my window, the mower was not heard by the other person. Whats the difference between dynamic and condenser microphones:

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