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How do I make my voice not echo in audacity?

Your best bet will be to treat the room you're recording in with absorptive materials to reduce the echo... If you're at home, it can be as simple as hanging a lot of heavy clothes up in front of the ...
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Home Studio Echo Problem

First off, if you have a hard floor like cement or wood or tile...get an area carpet. Otherwise, you need to use absorber panels. Generally acoustic studio treatment requires 3 devices....bass traps,...
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How do I make my voice not echo in audacity?

Removing reverb/echo is not a trivial task. Only in recent years has it even been developed to the point where it is usable in the Real World. Most solutions are still quite expensive. "De-verb" is a ...
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Speaker and Mic echo problem

That is called "sidetone". Sidetone is used to confirm to the phone user that their own voice is being picked up. Virtually all telephones use sidetone. A telephone would sound strange or even broken ...
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Home Studio Echo Problem

All hard parallel surfaces are your enemy. Since the space has already been built out you can't (I'm assuming) easily make the walls non-parallel. So you're really left with applying treatments. ...
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Inexpensive, easily-removable ways of reducing echo in a room (see 360° image)

First of all reverb in an empty room is very long , this changes when some stuff gets it. What u'll need is a standing library with books , a cozy soft couch and some shelves here & there with ...
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How do echoes work?

Sound travels at approximately 340m/s. This means that if you make a sound and it reflects off a surface 170 meters away, you will hear the bouncing sound a second later (half a second to get there ...
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Soundbarrier material

You have to keep in mind that attenuation and absorption are not to be used interchangeably! As Tetsujin states in their comment, the foam won't do much, as it may attenuate the sound in a "...
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Reduction of Reverberation Time in a home studio from blankets, textile, and foam

I'm just going to evaluate the options you mention. covering surfaces with blankets, duvets, or comforters Not really a professional option and can actually cause bad results covering surfaces with ...
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Is your own voice cancelled during video calling?

Is your own voice cancelled during video calling? Yes, if you are using speaker phones. Speaker phones (or room based mic/speaker systems) deploy "acoustic echo cancellation". The speaker knows what ...
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Blue Snowball Ice usb mic has echo sound

You are probably experiencing latency through both the mic and all the processing. This is a recording mic, not so much a 'live' mic that you will want to listen to while you are recording. Just ...
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Is there a software tool or web service to detect problems in speech recordings?

Clipping and discontinuities can be detected by using the Izotope RX De-clicker and selecting "output clicks only". The resulting timeline will indicate where in the original material the ...
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What's this echo-like effect called and can I achieve it in Audacity?

I presume you're referring to that part at the end of the Sister Sledge clip, where the final lyric "Sing" is reverb faded out. To achieve something like this in Audacity, you'd first need to sample ...
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Audio input echoing in audacity, but not from the direct line

So, I figured it out, pretty dumb mistake but it might help people down the line. The issue wasn't the recording, but the playback. I for some reason had a setting enabled in my Realtek Audio manager ...
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How do echoes work?

Nice explanation Schizo, I would only add that there are other factors that affect how easily sound can travel through the air. The weather for one, the humidity, wind etc. Also, frequency of the ...
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(How) can I remove this special echo in a specific recording

Interesting subject material! Firstly, the problem appears more to be a pre-echo problem rather than a post-echo problem. I'm not sure how this has occurred, but the sound of your voice in the ...
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Inexpensive, easily-removable ways of reducing echo in a room (see 360° image)

OK so the quickest way to achieve a result in this room will be to buy an inexpensive deep pile rug and put it on the floor over the wood. Your most immediate source of first reflections will be the ...
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Find the delay between an "almost" echoing signal in a recoding

Uh, clap your hands once. If that doesn't give you an in-the-face clue in the audio waveforms, I don't know what will. Movie takes use clapperboards for a reason.
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How do I make my voice not echo in audacity?

The best solution would be a microphone isolation shield. You can buy one like this, or even make one using plywood, insulation, and a fabric cover. https://www.amazon.ca/Pyle-PSMRS08-Microphone-...
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How do I make my voice not echo in audacity?

In a pinch I throw a beach blanket over my head, the desk & the mic, to create a mini isolation tent. And I have to move the bird cage into the next room.
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Voice sounds uneven after noise removal?

"Noise removal" is a shot in the dark based on statistics. Noise is usually a stochastic, random signal, so it has a non-zero chance of matching the model of speech of the noise removal program. ...
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