#1
Hey guys, i have a problem, i have a really cheap computer mic, and i am just trying to record some acoustic stuff, it sounds great but there is a constant buzz behind it, any way to get rid of it? or am i stuck?
#2
You can try a noise gate in you DAW that should help quite a bit.
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#3
You can try playing about with it in iZotope RX. But that costs £200+ if I remember rightly.

It is a quality piece of software, but for that much cash you could buy an interface and half decent mic.
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#4
turn off any electrical systems that you dont need, tvs, screens, speakers, games consoles.

It's probably background hum.

A better mic would help.

if you use some software, there is usually an option to reduce background hum