Lets you tweak the &noisegate variables, making it more or less aggressive as needed
&noisegatesettingsis used in conjunction with
&noisegate. This feature lets you tweak the noise-gate's variables, making it more or less aggressive as needed.
It takes a comma separated list:
- First value is target gain (0 to 100), although 0 to 40 is probably the recommended range here.
- Second value is the threshold value where the gate is triggered if below it. ~ 100 is loudly speaking, ~ 20 is light background noise levels, and under 5 is quiet background levels.
- Third value is how 'sticky' the gate-open position is, in milliseconds. Having this set to a few seconds should prevent someone from being cut off while speaking or if taking a short pause.