Set up Google Meet with Krisp

This article explains how you can make noiseless calls using Krisp with Google Meet. All you need is a 2-sided configuration.

  1. Select Krisp Microphone and/or Speaker to work in Google Meet. For that, go to Google Meet >>> Settings >>> Audio and change the Speaker and/or Microphone to Krisp.

    Some browsers, like Safari, won't let you change the speaker working with it. Others, like Google Chrome, will allow the change.



    You shouldn't worry about the warning you get. The reason you receive it is that the Krisp mic and speaker are virtual devices. Your experience won't be affected by it.
  2. Open Krisp and pick the physical microphone and speaker you wish to use and turn on Noise Cancellation toggles.

  3. Start your noiseless call.


    The "No call in progress" indicator will be switched to "Used by Google Chrome" (or any other browser you use, as Google Meet is browser-based) when there is an ongoing call.


Recommended setup in Google Meet

Depending on your Google Meet subscription plan, you may have the functionality of embedded noise cancellation.

You may see the option in Settings >>> Audio >>> Noise cancellation.



To have the best Krisp experience we recommend disabling the Google Meet Noise cancellation feature so that it will not interfere with Krisp Noise Cancellation.

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