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remove mouse clicks

Community Beginner ,
Jan 17, 2020 Jan 17, 2020

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I'm recording lots of book chapters, and my edits work for everything except mouse clicks. I can't find a quick way to Find/Replace that specific sound. They are seperate, not mixed with any audio, but are audible when using phones; they're not professional. 

Yes, I could listen, select, delete every single one but I have hours and hours of audio. I was hoping for a way to identify, then Find/Replace them. 

I've tried Diagnostics/Declicker but can't get good results.

Ideas??  Thanks. 

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Mentor ,
Jan 18, 2020 Jan 18, 2020

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You need to select the sound you want to remove, right mouse click and select Capture Noise Print then select menu option Effects > Noise Reduction

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 18, 2020 Jan 18, 2020

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Thanks for the support. I’ve been down that path, but apparently I don’t know enough to refine it so it really works. I’ve captured a “print” and removed it, but too often it removes some of the lower end of my voice as well. I’m sure it’s just a matter of refining my Noise Reduction and Reduce By sliders. Using the Spectral Frequency display also really helps to isolate the sound but I’ve got to find a way to keep the low end.

 

I can see this isn’t going to be a quick fix. It will take some serious refinement.

Thanks for your help.

R

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Jan 18, 2020 Jan 18, 2020

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Another thing you could try is Effects>Noise Reduction/Restoration>Sound Remover - that is as long as your clicks are fairly consistent. 'Learn' one of them as a model. There are quite a lot of options to try, so you may have to experiment for a while to get the best settings for your particular application.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 25, 2020 Jan 25, 2020

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Thanks for all the help; I've got it licked. 

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May 20, 2020 May 20, 2020

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@rdfoto3 how did you manage to "lick" it? I would like to know because I've tried just about everything besides buying a quiter keyboard, and I like the pricey one I have.

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