Are you sure? Is this just my stupid perfectionism?? Cant believe it, man…
Look… maybe, is because the sample that i sent first was simply too short. Take a look at a better, way more clear exemple of the kind of problem facing here. It’s attached. Please, take a look at it using audacity.
The second recording definitely sounds as if it has been processed in some way (such as Noise Removal) If you have not processed it, then perhaps your recording device did some automatic processing - how has it been recorded?
Did you use the same “Noise Profile” across both recordings? It’s best not to do that. Noise Removal depends on a good noise sample that closely matches the noise to be removed.
In the first sample the Noise Removal does not stand out, so I’d guess that you got it about right with that one.
In the second sample, the words sound like they are cut off at the end, with a weird “swooshing” sound between words - typical of over aggressive noise removal.
Other than that the “tone” (equalization) sounds about right. You could perhaps pull down frequencies around 350 Hz just a little in the first sample and then amplify it by about 1.5 dB.