Hi everyone, I recently took a dive into real-time noise suppression capabilities on Fedora which can sometimes be really handy for video conferencing. The idea would be to explain how to set up PulseAudio for live noise-reduction using an LADSPA filter and this Copr redpository.
I can write that article. Given the recent uptake in video and audio calls, this might be of interest to a lot of people right now. What do you think?
Title: Real-time noise suppression in PulseAudio
Alternative title: Real-time noise suppression for video conferencing
Description: With people doing video conferencing all day, good audio has recently become much more important. The best option is obviously a proper audio studio. Unfortunately, this is not something you will always have and you might need to make do with a much simpler set-up.
In such situations, a noise reduction filter that keeps your voice but filters out ambient noises (street noise, keyboard, …) can be very helpful. In this article, we will take a look at how to integrate such a filter into PulseAudio, so that it can easily be used in all applications with no additional requirements on their part.