Hay, we all make mistakes right? The other day I shot an interview using a camera I hadn’t used before, with cheap headphones that were also new. The result? a low level hiss on the guests mic that I didn’t hear at the time and still can’t explain.
Even though I wasn’t editing the interview I was determined to fix my mistake. After extensive research and a visit to Dr Google I found the answer. If you have the same problem then try using the “AU filter” which you can find in the effects palette. Then input the settings below. Amazingly they do work for removing audio hiss in FCP 7.
I’m sure there are better ways using Soundtrack Pro or Adobe Auditions but if you are looking for a quick and dirty fix then give it a try.