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    I included the recording. It would be great if you post the exact steps to fix it, so I can learn from that.
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  2. You look for an alchemist who is able to make gold from poo No way: bad place (far from the scene, inside crowd, stadium) + poor microphone (smartphone?) + high compression. Perhaps costly VST like Ozone may a bit improve your recording but you won't make it by Audacity alone.
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    What do you consider harsh? For example, there's really no distortions. The audio quality is simply blah.

    That said, just using some of my own Sound Forge presets, I was able to knock out some of the crowd, without really affecting the actual music much.

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    There's some AI separation at mvsep.com with some models trained on crowd noise, but it didn't work particularly well with this clip,
    probably too distorted.
    The examples on the site show some original "live" recordings, the crowd noise separated out and the "fixed" file.
    Some results quite impressive.

    Before submitting to the above site, I edited a small clip, used XP-era Adobe Audion 1.5 to remove some harshness
    and removed some of the reverb.

    Here's my edited source and the result from mvsep.com
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    That MP3 is way, way too pitchy.

    It hurts my ears even trying to listen to it.
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