I’ve recently noticed that my Beyerdynamic FOX is creating random crackling noises at random times when I’m speaking. It’s definitely not clipping, but electronic popping which occurs aprox every 15 sec.
What do you think might be causing this? I went thru most of the potential fixes found online (move away from USB hubs, Power settings, etc.), but with no improvements. Tried the Microphone on a different PC, with same results, which might be pointing to the microphone - or some kind of program on both PCs that is interfering with it.
That’s not a plain, ordinary recording. Big_Clicks.mp3 is highly processed. That silent segment at 4 seconds is impossible. No simple microphone system can do that—it’s too quiet. “Anyting goes” is upcut. It sounds like “nything goes.”
That little tick at 1.7 seconds is electronic interference. Something in your microphone chain seems to be following your voice OK (that’s one of the common failures) but adding those ticks on top of your voice.
Audacity doesn’t apply filters, effects, processes, or corrections during recording. Whatever you have between the microphone and Audacity is causing all these problems.
The big click in “like” is not wet-mouth, it’s skipping: the computer was not listening for a moment,
possibly distracted by other software running at the same time. The discontinuity gives the game away …