I have searched and am unable to find an answer that walks me through how to do this quickly. My husband uses a Yeti Pro microphone using OSB to record video and audio. Today he decided to wear headphones for an audio only podcast. Something with the headphones created an echo that I can’t figure out how to clean up. (I could spend a week trying to figure out what most people on here can do in a few minutes. I know my limitations.)
I’ve attached a sample to help understand what I’m dealing with. I am very low-tech, having just figured out how to even find the Noisegate and other types of filters in Audacity on my computer. I’ve tried Noise Reduction, Noisegate, Notch Filter, Low-Pass… everything that I’ve read to do. Nothing seems to take out or even greatly reduce the echo in the audio… to my ears.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated as I have no experience with audio editing.