I’m just becoming familiar with Audacity’s editing ability and need some help editing a phone interview. I’ve included a clip from the file and want to know if there’s a way to minimize the crackling/scratchy sound on the audio of the caller…it’s happened throughout the interview. Any ideas/advice??
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@Koz…thanks so much. Is there a way to prevent “peak overloading” on the phone line? Is there something I can do on my end?