I have videos with interviews done in a bowling alley, each on one audio track. I want to quiet down the sounds of bowling and pins crashing, and up the voices of the interviewees. I've been playing around with some audio effects, and taking it into soundbooth a bit, but..
I wanted to know if someone else has a better suggestion than what I've been doing. How would you get rid of the constant background noise from the bowling alley?
Welcome to the forum.
Depending on a lot of variables, some of the background noise might be removable, but where its frequencies overlap the vocals, there will be difficulties.
Using steps, I would attack the interviews, and probably in Adobe Audition. SB might have added some of Audition's capabilities, and also some of its Restoration algorithms and presets, but I have not used it, since beta, so am not current on what has been added. This ARTICLE will give you some tips and suggestions. Your ears will tell you how well you are doing, and work patiently. Audition can sample some of the more common background noise, and with careful monitoring and tweaking you can possibly eliminate some. The Repari Transient might be able to clean up the strike and clatter of the pins.