Noise reduction(redirected from Audio noise reduction)
noise reduction[′nȯiz ri‚dək·shən]
A process whereby the average transmission of the sound track of a motion picture print, averaged across the track, is decreased for signals of low level; since background noise introduced by the sound track is less at low transmission, this process reduces noise during soft passages.
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Reducing the level of unwanted sound by any of several means of acoustical treatment.
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noise reduction, NR
The difference in decibels between the average sound pressure levels produced in two rooms by a sound source in one of them.
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