I am trying to remove some weird background noise from my recording. It sounds like a fan or something is in the background but the weird thing is, that there are no fans on in my house and I am currently recording in my closet. The closet space is surrounded by sound absorption sheets that I bought online on ebay. Ive tried so many things and have come out simple perplexed. Is this a microphone issue? Is it the house itself?
MXL 2006 Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphone
2i2 Scarlet Focusrite Audio Interface
Dell Inspiron 15 Laptop w/ Windows 10
Audio Technica ATH-M20x
Things I have tried:
I did pass the check but I’m worried that the background noise is still way too noticable.
Raw Audio(Only edits include de-breathing and getting rid of mouth noises ):
Oh. Cool. It’s not simple hum. It’s pulsing. MUMmmmMUMmmmMUMmmmMUMmmm
That is so electric motor or pump noise.
Tell you what. Post that “clean” test reading. Don’t do anything to it. I can hear your pop suppression although overall your presentation and voice is terrific. Those filters and corrections can affect our analysis.