Mix Audio with Auphonic
Audio Mixing gives you the control to adjust your post-production Auphonic Mixed files. These settings can be adjusted within their minimum and maximums and allow you to reset those settings back to their default setting.
We recommend most users keep their settings default. These controls are here for those familiar with audio processing techniques. Our Support is limited to trying to troubleshoot mixed files with custom settings.
Auphonic Mixing Settings
These settings add more control of the processed file when using the Mix Audio feature.
Individual settings for files being mixed. These settings are set before the files are mixed together.
- Hip Filter - Classifies the lowest wanted signal (male/female speech, base in music, etc.) and adaptively filters unnecessary/disturbing low frequencies in each audio segment. Learn More
- DeNoise - Uses Auphonic's Noise Reduction Algorithms to remove broadband background noise and hiss in audio files with slowly varying backgrounds. Learn More
Settings for the final mastered track mixed together.
- Loudness Target - Uses Auphonic's Global Loudness Normalization Algorithms calculate the loudness of your audio and apply a constant gain to reach a defined target level in LUFS so that multiple processed files have the same average loudness. Learn More Minimum: -31 Maximum: -8
- Leveler - Uses Auphonic's Adaptive Leveler to corrects level differences between speakers, between music and speech and applies dynamic range compression to achieve a balanced overall loudness. In contrast to Auphonic's Global Loudness Normalization Algorithms, which correct loudness differences between files, the Adaptive Levelercorrects loudness differences between segments in one file. Learn More
- Gate - Uses Auphonic's Adaptive Noise Gate to ensure that when audio is recorded from multiple microphones and all signals are mixed, the noise of all tracks will add up as well. The Adaptive Noise Gatedecreases the volume of segments where a speaker is inactive but does not change segments where a speaker is active. Learn More
- Crossgate - Uses Auphonic's Crossgate Crosstalk to ensure when recording multiple people with multiple microphones in one room, the voice of speaker 1 will also be recorded in the microphone of speaker 2. This Crosstalk / Spill results in reverb or echo-like effect in the final audio mixdown.
If you try to correct that using a Noise Gate / Expander, it is very difficult to set the correct parameters, because the crosstalk might be very loud. Learn More