Windows 10, Audacity Version 2.4.2
I’ve been recording a 90 yo’s audiobook for which I’ve provided a dropbox link for a short sample. It might be my dumbo guitar player ears, but I hear a strange sound on the back end of her voice that I have no idea how to edit out. It expands and contracts with her words and phrases. It’s not an echo. It’s not a reverb. I built a near soundproofed enclosed hut to use for recording, so it’s not room noise. And, if I use the same mic with my own voice, I don’t get the same effect. In the guitar world, I’d have to use a flanger effect pedal to get something close. Is there a word for this? Can you hear it too? Can I fix it in Audacity somehow and remove it?