How to reduce noise ?

DCMusicCRO wrote on 4/28/2012, 11:51 AM

I use M-Audio Fast Track Pro as an audio card for recording. Regardless of whether I play guitar, keyboards or trough microphones, each audio track has too much noise. There is no difference whether I record stereo or mono. That make me a problems because I spend so much time to process audio. Because i am cobining Linux MultiMedia Studo and Windos software, that is additional problem.
Any advice is welcome.

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Former user wrote on 4/28/2012, 11:54 AM

which software used du.Mit Samplitude Pro x you can remove this noise

DCMusicCRO wrote on 4/28/2012, 11:59 AM

Last what i have done is process:

Recording audio in MM MX, tthen transfer this audio file inti Audacity na Linux Multimedia Studion, and the again in MM MX.

This is workflow.....

Former user wrote on 4/28/2012, 12:02 PM

If you work with samplitude, you have a perfect workflow for productions, from record to master cd for cd productions in one programm.

DCMusicCRO wrote on 4/28/2012, 12:15 PM

I am sure that i can do that with Samplitude, but i prefer Linux, and software uder free licence. I am sure also that problem is not in SW, problem must be in some setup for audio card, because when i change from desktop to laptop, at laptop i have not so loud noise.

johnebaker wrote on 4/29/2012, 4:36 AM

Hi

Does this 'noise' appear only when playing back on the computer?

Assuming your are connecting the M-Audio by USB to the desktop and laptop, try creating an audio CD, from a 'noisy' track, on the desktop and play this in a cd player to see if the noise is still there. 

If it is not then you have a 'noisy' computer motherboard, PSU or sound card and any combination of these.

HTH

John

 

 

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DCMusicCRO wrote on 5/6/2012, 1:27 PM

I have solve tre problems:

First problem was solved after i change PC (Processor make problems)

Second problem was because i have connected wireless adapter USB.

 

Thanks all