I have weird condition, where my left ear produces a plop sound, my doctor can’t hear it because he is old I guess, but friends can hear it clearly and it is visible in audacity: here few examples with audacity project file (in case someone is interested): https://file.io/mHRh0IMBb3hp
This is the typical plop sound, 60% of time at the end of the sentence (when I am breathing out), very good visible: https://i.imgur.com/CAinOuW.png
Some times, this son of a gun, hide in mid sentence and it is not visible at first look https://i.imgur.com/Wtbghnw.png
You see the one weird to the right, that is the plop sound.
My question: Can it be somehow made smoother? Any tool/effect that make wave forms a little bit smoother?
Click remover etc. don’t work.
Long answer: when someone speaks at normal volume, (not whispering), it activates the stapedius-reflex in the ears to turn down the sensitivity of hearing, so they don’t deafen themselves with their own voice.
About half a second after you stop speaking the reflex relaxes,
(e.g. at the end of sentences, or if you leave a long-gap between words).
The reflex is muscles pulling on tiny bones in the ear.
If there is something wrong with whose bones the stapedius-reflex being triggered, or relaxing,
can create a click/pop noise which is audible to other people.
Not a user-fixable problem, (see short answer above).