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Clicking Sound When Using Capture Audio From Sound Card


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While using a microphone to record an interview with Capture Audio From Sound Card, I get a continuos clicking sound, about 2 clicks per second. I'm using the default settings, which will save the file as a .wav. The louder I talk, the louder the clicking. When I use the Microsoft Sound Recorder with the same microphone, there isn't any clicking. Any suggestions as to how to get rid of the clicking?

 

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While using a microphone to record an interview with Capture Audio From Sound Card, I get a continuos clicking sound, about 2 clicks per second. I'm using the default settings, which will save the file as a .wav. The louder I talk, the louder the clicking. When I use the Microsoft Sound Recorder with the same microphone, there isn't any clicking. Any suggestions as to how to get rid of the clicking?

 

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I have a Logitech Pro Audio USB headset with boom microphone and experience the exact probelm. Have been having an email dialog with tech support that has run me in circles and got me nowhere. Interesting point is that if I use the Microsoft soundrecorder that comes with Vista 64 I get a clean recording.

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I have a Logitech Pro Audio USB headset with boom microphone and experience the exact probelm. Have been having an email dialog with tech support that has run me in circles and got me nowhere. Interesting point is that if I use the Microsoft soundrecorder that comes with Vista 64 I get a clean recording.

 

I haven't found a solution. What I've done is download the Freecorder toolbar and record with it. It works great.

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I haven't found a solution. What I've done is download the Freecorder toolbar and record with it. It works great.

So after dancing around with tech support for a month and a half and them making all sorts of bizzare suggestions here is their final solution:

 

At this point I would recommend using a standard Microphone plugged into the lin-in or mic port on the back of your computer.

 

 

Thanks for contacting Roxio Customer Care. Let us know if you need further assistance on this issue by clicking the Update button.

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