Mobile conference calls noisy and frustrating?
Dialing into a conference call a hassle?
Phone calls from the street too noisy?
Are you constantly asked to “go on mute” because of your background noise?
Krisp is powered by Deep Neural Networks and removes background noise originating from your side of the call
Join Zoom, Webex, Hangouts and other meetings and make them all noise-free with a single click
Call your contacts or other phone numbers in the US and Canada without worrying about background noise
You can join any conference meeting or make outgoing calls from anywhere in the world
Select your calendars and easily access all your meetings directly from Krisp
All you have to do is sign up, connect your calendars and start your noise-free calls
Download Krisp Desktop from Mac or Windows
most useful tool I've encountered recently: https://krisp.ai
removes background noise from voice calls. Just stress-tested it on a call with my team in a very loud coffee shop.
Default mic == horrific
Krisp input == perfect clarity, zero background noise
I cannot praise http://krisp.ai enough for making voice/video calls so much easier in a crowded office, the tech is like magic
Can conﬁrm, krisp.ai is magical. does exactly what it says on the tin and Just Works™ out of the box with no conﬁguration other than swapping the audio device in the call tool you're using. it's a must have for anyone who uses any call/conferencing software.
Krisp: Mute the background noise during your calls https://www.producthunt.com/posts/krisp via @ozgrozer
This is an amazing tool to reduce background noise while on a call (or conducting an interview). Harry Duran was on a Simplecast webinar recently from the airport and the difference when Krisp was on blew my mind. I definitely recommend.
Been using it for some time, since it was in beta. Especially cool if you work inb community places, bars or anywhere out of office. I would reccommend it to everyone who has calls during his workday.
Just wonderfull app in overal. Simple to setup and does the work.
I am a simple guy - if it works, don't change it.
Both come with 120 min/week for free