While making videos at home, there is a considerable amount of ambient noise throughout the day (e.g. airplanes, cars honking, dogs barking, etc). I know there are (software) tools that are capable of filtering out such noise while recording voice audio. For example, Microsoft's "Teams" software has a digital/software filter that, when turned on, causes all of those sounds to be filtered out of the audio that is transmitted to others in the "Team" call. It does a flawless job of this, allowing essentially only voice audio to pass through.
However, I have yet to find what software would do this for a typical home video recording setup. In my case, the hardware I have is:
- Sound: a Professional Scarlett Studio MIC, connected to a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, which is then connected to a MacBook Pro. The MacBook is running Ableton Live 11.
- Video: A Sony ZV-1F.
Honestly, I have yet to make my first video...but audio tests show that absolutely every ambient sound is mingled with my voice.
I am not looking for a solution of "go to a recording studio". Also, I am not talking about playback of a recording (I am not looking for a noise-cancellation headset). I am looking for software, presumably compatible with the above, which filters out the noise while the recording of my voice is in progress. Any suggestions?