Studio Sound

Studio Sound is a powerful feature that uses artificial intelligence to enhance speakers' voices while reducing and removing background noise, room echo, and other sounds you don't want.

Before using this feature

You must be connected to the internet to apply Studio Sound to a project
file or recording.

Using Studio Sound

gif showing how to apply studio sound to your script

  1. Select your script — you can do this from your Timeline, Canvas, or from the layer list in the sidebar. You'll know your script is selected if you see Script at the top of the sidebar.
  2. Enable Studio Sound — with your script selected, turn on Studio Sound from the Audio effects section in sidebar.
  3. Let Studio Sound process — when you enable Studio Sound, a message will appear indicating that Studio Sound is being applied to the file. This may take several minutes, depending on the size of your file.
Apply Studio Sound while recording

You can also apply Studio Sound when recording in the main editor or when using the Quick Recoder.

Adjusting Studio Sound intensity

If you want to change the amount of Studio Sound applied to your file, adjust the intensity parameter in the sidebar.

Screenshot showing steps for adjusting studio sound intensity

Studio Sound is applied to the project file

You can only apply Studio Sound to the entire source project file. This means all instances of that file in a project will be affected when you enable it.

File length limitations

  • Free drive users can apply Studio Sound on files up to 10 minutes in length.
  • Creator drive users can apply Studio Sound on files up to 60 minutes in length.
  • Pro drive users can apply Studio Sound on any files. For extremely large files (over 6 hours in length), we recommend splitting and importing them as multiple shorter files before applying Studio Sound.

Applying Studio Sound to a portion of a larger file

The best way to apply Studio Sound to just a specific portion of your file would be to use Duplicate to… to copy that file out to a new composition. Then, use the flatten tracks feature on the new composition, which will render a new source file with only that clip's contents. Apply Studio Sound to the newly generated file and replace the original section in your timeline with the enhanced file.

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