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Author Topic: Small blip of increase in waveform amplitude, what's the cause and how to fix?  (Read 487 times)

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Well at work, but yeah.

Don’t have access to Audition, maybe Audacity’s click removal will work.
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I'd think any of them would on something simple like this.  It can be trial and error playing with the settings and profiles a bit to get what works best.  Audition has four models in the click and pop and a bunch of settings but I think I more or less rely on one of the defaults. 
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Audacity click removal was not successful. Tried the zero crossings cut from other channel which resulted in a small blip when the cut happens as the two tracks don’t have zero crossings at the exact same locations. I know I could do a fade in/fade out on a new track before and after the cut and then merge the tracks, but that seems like overkill when my original solution was satisfactory.

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Zoom way, way, way in on the edit point until you see the discrete sample points of the waveform.  Manually drag a few sample points to smooth out the sharp discontinuity and that will nick the blip.
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Zoom way, way, way in on the edit point until you see the discrete sample points of the waveform.  Manually drag a few sample points to smooth out the sharp discontinuity and that will nick the blip.
Yeah, just pencil-tool right over it, if that's easier. It's just an unwanted noise, right?
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