Garage Band voice recording - How do I eliminate the "Shh, sShh" in the background ??

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  1. igmolinav macrumors 65816

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    Hi,

    I just did a voice-recording using iTunes, iMic, and an external mic.
    The recording sounds fine except for an intense "shh, ssHh, sShh"
    sound in the recording's background. (So, imagine you hear a
    recording (or a pocast) where someone is speaking and then you
    hear at the same time a "shh, sHH, shh" sound. It becomes
    annoying).

    Please let me know how I could clean the recording, or how could
    I record in such a way that I don't have that "effect" on the
    recording.

    In advance many thanks : ) !!!

    igmolinav
     
  2. Babooshka macrumors 6502

    Babooshka

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    That's background noise is it not?

    I don't use GarageBand so I'm dunno, but the standard thing to do is to make a recording of just the background noise, then use that to take away the background noise in the recording.
     
  3. igmolinav thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Hi,

    Thank you for your answer. No, actually it is not background noise. I record in an isolated room. That is the interesting thing. After the recording is made, one hears that intense and rather loud "static", (if you will), noise.

    Thank you, kind regards,

    igmolinav.
     

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