After trying several tutorials and solutions to help my brother with the attached audio, I am still unable to figure out what the affected frequency is nor the best solution to go around this.
I have tried working directly in the affected areas in the Spectogram after exploring the audio with the Plot Spectrum but I haven’t succededed.
If someone has the time to listen to it, the sound is this loud popping mic or electric noise in the first half of the audio: it repeats 21 times in the first minute of his recording and then disappears. Sometimes is louder and sometimes lower…
It was basically filmed in his celphone. He is a viual artist and is sudmitting a video explanation of a piece to a curatorial team. The quality is not good but it will be enough if I’m able to recognize and solve the error.
As others have said, it sounds like something is tapping against the mic / phone.
I’m impressed with how well Trebor removed the noises. I’m surprised that it worked so well, but I’m guessing that it required fiddling around with the settings to get such a good result (Paul’s declicker effect is not very user friendly).
WOW! I am super impressed with the results! I was almost convinced that this specific noise was not probably going away!
I will download the plugins and fiddle around with them.
THANKS A LOT!
After talking to my brother, I guess the noise was actually produced by some kind of electronic interference.
I gave him a lot of shit because his art installation is amazangly complicated and sophisticated in terms of visual arts - he not only conceived and built everything in the instalation from scracth but also built all the electronic circuits to produce the interactions- but he could not produced a decent audio GRRR
I attached some pics for those who asked about the installation.