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Download Waves Z-Noise: http://bit.ly/DownloadWavesZ-Noise Subscribe to WinkSound for weekly music production giveaways and video releases: http://bit.ly/WinkSoundSubscribe Whether you're recording vocals in a professional or home studio environment, all recording devices have traits which make them susceptible to noise usually in the form of ground hum, white noise, or noise from environmental elements like the fan from your computer. Learn how Waves Z-Noise can help you separate and reduce the noise from the signal within an audio file. To apply noise reduction to an audio file using Waves Z-Noise: 1. Find a quiet spot within the audio file where there is only silence and the noise        presents. 2. Click on the Learn button and hit play on your DAW. Waves Z-Noise will now scan     the audio file to create an noise profile. 3. Stop playback, click the Learn button again and the noise profile will be displayed     as a white line across the Analyzer window. 4. To monitor the amount of noise that will be reduced switch Waves Z-Noise to     Difference mode from the Main Output section. 5. Raise the Reduction control to maximum. 6. Adjust the Threshold until you can only hear noise and not the vocal. 7. Switch Waves Z-Noise back to Audio mode from the Main Output section to listen     to the cleaned, processed audio. Once you find the setting that works best for you try saving them as a preset. This can come in handy when working with similarly recorded material. Learn more about Waves Z-Noise and other Waves plugins at http://www.waves.com Keep up to date with the latest tutorials from WinkSound by following our feeds: YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/winksound Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/WinkSound Tumblr - http://blog.winksound.com/ WinkSound Mobile Apps: http://bit.ly/WinkSoundMobile Instagram - http://web.stagram.com/n/winksound/