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Loud hiss coming from speakers when on line input

Possibly a ground loop? You can purchase a ground loop lifter for less than ten euro online. Even if this isn't the issue I personally think they are a handy tool to have in the box come the day ...
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With a dynamic mic is it possible to have as low noise as a condenser?

Dynamic mics don't really have any measurable SNR. The hiss you can hear is going to be from your gain stages, not the mic itself. See https://service.shure.com/s/article/what-are-the-noise-specs-for-...
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How to get rid of a hiss in my Behringer Q802USB?

This could be by system design/specification. Please check the documentation: https://images.static-thomann.de/pics/atg/atgdata/document/gettingstarted/281982_8849976360990.pdf Specifically pay ...
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Minimizing interface noise floor

without having anything connected to it, I can hear noise if I increase the volume. If you would not be able to hear noise when increasing the volume, the available gain range would be rather ...
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Minimizing interface noise floor

you are effectively trying to solve a non-existent problem. You say that the interface is noisy with nothing plugged into it. Consequently, you are measuring the noise of open ended preamps. Either ...
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Normalize audio above a sound level in audacity

The trouble with Normalisation is it is undiscerning, it simply increases all gain until one peak reaches 0dBFS - & brings the entire noise-floor with it by the same amount. Adding compression is ...
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Microphone Hiss with Gain at 0 and No Phantom Power

The hiss sounds like some induction coming out of your PC (power supply, CPU, graphics card). I have heard this kind of noise a couple of times when using cheap USB sound cards. Maybe you can hear ...
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How to apply an effect only during specific spans of time in a track?

If you're looking for a quick way to process the whole VO track to attenuate these sibilance sounds, the most simple way is to check where these sounds are most prominent in the upper frequency ...
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Condenser Microphone - Constant noise when using Phantom Power

It sounds like 60-cycle hum. Check that the power source you are using to power the phantom power unit is grounded properly. Try different outlets in your house as well. While it's all hooked up try ...
Brian Wright's user avatar
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How to remove hiss in Adobe Audition?

Michael Hansen Buur pretty much answered this question in his comment, or at least gave a shove in the right direction. But having the tools is only a small part of successful noise removal. There ...
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Can not remove hiss/hum

Sounds like you could benefit from a pre-amp of some sort to between the microphone and your camera. Your camera most likely takes a line level signal into the Aux jack. Here is an example of one way ...
Mike Rinehart's user avatar
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Can not remove hiss/hum

What type of cables are you using to connect your audio interface into your camera? Does it support TRS? TRS cables generally do a great job of eliminating noise. The issue could range from gain ...
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Electric noise when using a Condenser Mic in home studio

Certain cell phone technology can cause this, it's a well documented issue, so searching on Google should provide more in-depth answers. Turn your mobile off completely and leave outside the studio. ...
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