I’m running Audacity 2.2.1 on LinuxUbuntu 18.04.2 LTS. I have an audio recording file that has big noise/crackling within the voice and I would like to remove it so the voice sounds clear. The Noise Removal tool only works if I can isolate some noise and make a noise profile of it, but since the noise is only within the voice and not the mute parts it’s hard to make a noise profile. Do you know if there is a tool I could use to get clean audio? Or why it happened in the first place?
I had one like that. It destroyed one recording and then never happened again. It’s recording the chunks of sound out of order. That’s why it seems to be going backwards. If you stick with it long enough, you may find that it gets worse and then slowly gets better.
Thank you for your suggestions. Knowing that the sound problem comes from the chunks in a weird order helps. Maybe the set up was not powerful enough to support three micros (even though we did some tests before that were fine).
We will record it again, it does seem not worth it to try to correct it.