normalizing/dc offset hasn’t worked,
i’ve tried normalizing both before and after cutting up the clips, zero crossings hasn’t worked, and cross fading would be a good option but it makes the clips shorter and i need them to be perfectly timed
crossfading the clips in different tracks isn’t exactly possible, if i attempt to different notes within the song will overlap that i don’t want to overlap.
i’m using audacity 3.4.2
i’m willing to do all the cutting again if that’s what it takes. i’m curious if a plugin has been created for this issue yet, since you’d think it’d be a pretty common one
I don’t know what’s causing it but sometimes a short (or long) fade is the only solution.
Can you cut/trim the clips a little longer than needed?
You won’t notice a few milliseconds. With many instruments It’s normal for one note to sustain/fade when the next note is started. Or in a music hall, the reverb will sustain a note and there is overlap. Musicians in a band aren’t all-together to the exact-millisecond either.
sorry, accidentally marked and unmarked it, but woo!! thank you so much for introducing me to declickers, this worked just now and will work for other projects of mine hopefully!!
i did not use the declicker that you imaged since it was not a free option but was able to find one that i could install with nyquist, the ones by paul_l more specifically. if it were not for you i wouldn’t even know that declicker plugins existed, thank you so much!