#1
I use a line 6 tone port GX (with gearbox) and a cheap $30 microphone. But the problem is when i record i get a bunch of clicks and pops in the recordings. So how to i reduce/eliminate these sounds?
#2
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#3
...A metronome?
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#4
On some programs you can get rid of them. Try Audacity for a "quick fix."

(it's free)
1. Open My Computer.
2. Open C:
3. Click on WINDOWS.
4. Open the folder "Media."
5. Click on the file "onestop."
6. Listen.
#5
i have this problem too. sometimes it's subtle, sometimes not so much. i think it might be a latency issue, or a soundcard issue.
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#7
It might be due to poor connections with your leads.
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#8
You could buy a pop free mic or just buy a pop guard.
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