So I’ve been using Audacity for its seemlessly flawless background noise reduction function. In the past it worked well, but now it seems every time I record I get this static. That’s fine, it’s my mic, so I use the noise reduction and remove the static, but there is still a faint hint of it still there, just barely in the background, so I can either, do it again and risk ruining the quality of the audio, or leave it as it is and hope it’s not noticeable.
I use Win7, and am on 2.1.1. Hadn’t noticed an update until now so I’m going download it and try it out and report back if anything changes.
I use a Logitech G430 headset. I do not have the mic plugged into the usb port as I found it was harder to remove the static because it features a noise cancellation feature so everytime I talked there was some static and it was harder to remove it as it only was there when i talked. So the mic is plugged into the jack and not the usb conversion port. Found that that way it would allow the static to be constant and I could easiler remove it, but now it’s still slightly there.
I have noticed audio sounds crisper with this headset, so me hearing extra sounds could be me having some kind of OCD with it. I don’t have OCD, just I like to have things near perfect if I noticed a mistake so I attempt to make it better or I don’t do it at all. But when it happens all the time it’s annoying.