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I hear sublte clicks and pops in my recordings
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poetdeep
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Joined: 11/02/2014 03:41:45
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Hello! I have studio one 2.6.2. , I notice when listen to my song recordings I can hear light clicks and pops in my background. I am confused as to what is the source of this problem. I have a pop filter, I recently purchased a vox guard microphone isolation panel on my mic stand, I have applied foam mattress pads to my walls and I have a sheet enclosing my recording area. I adjust my mic volume many times. It seems if I set the volume down too low (whereas I can barely hear it) there will be no subtle clicks or pops. Do anyone have any insight into this matter??? Please HELP, Thanks!!!
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PLEASE DO NOT DOUBLE,(or in your case), TRIPLE POST the same topic in multiple forums!

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