If you zoom in vertically you will see a “wiggle” at around 7.57 seconds to 7.61.
Probably the best way to remove the clunk is to copy a short section from just before the clunk onto a new track, and then cross-fade it like this:
I’m having trouble working out vertical zoom. I achieved the desired zoom result seemingly by accident. I was able to view where the clunk was by using a combination of horizontal and vertical zoom.
But now, beginning again from scratch I’m finding that when I click in on vertical zoom the waveform disappears up off the edge of the track. How do I get it back in view? Aside from right click which brings it back into view but reduces the zoom again.
Also the view for the second track I created with the copied segment was not the same as for the primary track
If you want to keep the zero-line in the middle of the screen when vertically-zooming-in, mouse-click with the cursor on “0.0” on the vertical scale, clicking elsewhere on the vertical scale can make half of the waveform disappear off the screen …
Left-click once to zoom in at the position on the vertical scale you are interested in. This point will then be centered on the vertical scale.
That wasn’t self explanatory to me at least. And my experience is that if one person doesn’t get it loads of others won’t either.
I know how how it is, explaining something I’m familiar with seems as clear as day to me, but it often isn’t to someone unfamiliar with it. My main experience was of wondering why the track was disappearing off the scale. I must have accidentally clicked on 0.0 the first time. There was no picture of the zoom symbol on 0.0 to explain that specific point.