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Remove Buzzing on PC Line In Jack with Audio Compressor After Mixer

The internal sound card of the computer is most likely the problem. These onboard audio components are very cheaply made, meaning they are not designed to avoid interference from other components and ...
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How do I cope with "spikes" in voice over

There are various ways to deal with this kind of things: The one I would go with: send it back to the speaker and say that it is unusable and he has to make a better recording. Do help in setting up ...
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How do I cope with "spikes" in voice over

This is of necessity vague. Without actually hearing it, it's hard to say with any precision. Compression may remove the worst of it, multi-band compression may allow you to fine-tune to those ...
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How to remove this unnecessary high waveform that prevents me from amplifying to the highest possible (but still fine) decibel?

One option is to apply a brickwall limiter with a threshold around -6 dBFS to the track. That should lower the higher audio peaks. You would then have room to apply a higher gain to the whole track. ...
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(Noob) How to reduce and increase volume on a single track?

if you dont know how to use a compressor , automate the volume. Some software allows you to draw a volume curve to adjust loud and low parts.
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(Noob) How to reduce and increase volume on a single track?

This is what a compressor is for. You can reduce the dynamic range of a whole track (making the loud parts quieter) and then adjust the overall volume of the track as you wish. It would be easy to do ...
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Remove Buzzing on PC Line In Jack with Audio Compressor After Mixer

EMV is very much correct but there are a number of things you can do to reduce the hum. Make sure all of the audio equipment is on the same circuit to help reduce chance that you are in a ground loop....

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