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Our classic noise reduction algorithms remove broadband background noise and hum in audio files with slowly varying backgrounds.
We released the first beta version of the new dynamic noise reduction algorithms now, which work much better with fast-changing and complex noises. Listen to the audio examples below, they demonstrate some of the new features ...

Did you ever experience a sudden drop in volume when converting your audio from stereo to mono? Chances are this has happened to you, as mono incompatibility is a common issue with stereo recordings. Auphonic now detects and fixes this for you automatically.

Phase correlation screenshot of Stereo Tool ...

Today we are thrilled to introduce revised parameters for the Adaptive Leveler to move our advanced algorithms out of beta.
The leveler can now run in three modes, which allow detailed Leveler Strength control and also the use of Broadcast Parameters (Max. Loudness Range, Max. Short-term Loudness, Max. Momentary Loudness) to limit the amount of ...

Following current standards, loudness normalization is applied regardless of the content of a production. Cinematic content, i.e. productions with a high loudness range, can benefit from dialog loudness normalization.
At Auphonic, we are introducing a classifier for automatic speech loudness normalization, and our processing stats now provide level statistics for dialog and music ...

Should I set the loudness target for mono podcasts to -16 LUFS or -19 LUFS?
This seemingly simple question comes up often and is the main topic of this blog post.

Photo by Franck V.

We are also introducing the new loudness normalization parameter Dual Mono and we're announcing the move of our Advanced ...

If listeners find themselves using the volume up and down buttons a lot, level differences within your podcast or audio file are too big.
In this article, we are discussing why audio dynamic range processing (or leveling) is more important than loudness normalization, why it depends on factors like the listening environment and the ...

In the classic loudness war, music and radio producers have been trying to create their recordings as loud as possible and loudness normalization was introduced to stop that. Now one can see the start of a new loudness target war, where podcasters set their loudness targets higher and higher, mainly triggered by high ...

Last weekend, at the Subscribe10 conference, we released Advanced Audio Algorithm Parameters for Multitrack Productions:

We launched our advanced audio algorithm parameters for Singletrack Productions last year. Now these settings (and more) are available for Multitrack Algorithms as well, which gives you detailed control for each track of your production.

The following new parameters ...

In late August, we launched the private beta program of our advanced audio algorithm parameters. After feedback by our users and many new experiments, we are proud to release a complete rework of the Adaptive Leveler parameters:

In the previous version, we based our Adaptive Leveler parameters on the Loudness Range descriptor (LRA), ...

Lots of users have asked us about more customization and control over the sound of our audio algorithms in the past, so today, we have introduced some advanced algorithm parameters for our singletrack version in a private beta program!

The following new parameters are available: