A friend of mine helps me to record Thai phrases in Thailand. I send him some phrases everyweek and due to bad resources in his village I have to wait a rather long time to get the recordings sent back. The first time I sent a few phrases to test if his voice and soundquality was OK. I was surprised. No clicks and pops and so on. But this time - the second time a got some phrases back - the sound is as before, no clicks, pops and so on - But, I fear he has been recording in a Buddhist temple or something, or even a toilet :-P. Would be wrong to say echo but you know how it would sound if one is recording in a temple or something.
Instead of contacting him again, I wonder if this "temple voice sound" somehow could be removed? Is there a good filter for this? I am using Audacity and trying the effects that comes with the program (high pass filtering, reverb and so on - but none of them works).
I hope that you understand my question and hopefully can provide an answer