I do a silent record, but there was nothing. But on my lets plays are every time those peaks…nut SOOO many, but annoying enough and sometimes they are VERY high and loud after i used compressor and equalizer.
They look more or less like another, i mean…there are not much differences. Sometimes they are 100% equal in looks and how they do sound.
My eng is not that good, but i hope you got what i mean.
At the moment i dont have a audio for example, but eventually my answer is helping too?
I will upload a file if i got a new one for my gameplay!
Can you explain more about what you are doing when you record with Yeti? Are you recording game audio and using Yeti at the same time to record a commentary? And if so (or whatever you are doing), how exactly are you doing that?
I sit in front of my mic (5-10 cm or so) and speak in it. I hear the ingame sound in the speakers and only record my voice with the blue yeti.
Its not the software - this “peaks” come in every software i used to record my voice.
I just sit there, speak in the setup i explained above and play (click mouse & keyboard)…and yeah…play. I do nothing else.
This peaks often look the same, so i think its something with the USB or my pc. (in my humble opinion, i dont know much about mics and stuff)
Windows Sound is on 40, Mic is on a bit over the half.
Its on cardoid or how the name is…its the butt-icon!
Today i tested it. I was singing during work 10 minutes into my mic, talking…sneezing and stuff…but no, all high peaks where CLEAR sounds, not just a “CRACK” if you know what i mean.
The annoying sounds are like a crack! Sometimes a very high CRACK and sometimes a low one you dont even notice.
Its only if i record dual how it seems. Can it be that i have to hear over headphones? Because i cant do that…i cant control my voice properly if i use headphones…but probably thats the problem. (i dunno why i cant do that, but i always be VERY loud then)
This peaks sounds a bit electric… its…a click…like a mousclick, but more electric.
And i cant get rid of this “electric clicks” ? See attachment. Its very electric in my opinion, like a mouseclick…but more electric.
Sometimes they are there if i start speaking, at the very beginning of the peakline…or how i can discribe that…if i start speaking, its on the very beginning sometimes. It looks a bit like a triangle. (see attachment)
How fast is the machine (GHz) and how many CPU’s does it have? How much RAM do you have? If the machine doesn’t have enough RAM, the machine will be constantly writing to the swap file to leave enough memory free to run the game. Writing to the swap file could be a source of clicks.
It does not have to be a game that causes the problem. It could be some other resource-hungry application, or Windows Update, or just any application or service that runs at the time when everything else is busy.
If you have Skype on and don’t need it, turn it off.
It could be. Or they may be able to suggest something we haven’t thought of.
You seem to have enough RAM and processing speed.
Are you using the XSplit sound device when you record with the Yeti? Have you tried disabling XSplit in Windows Sound to see if that helps? It seems from DXDiag that XSplit is already disabled as a recording device.