Learn to filter noise when recording.
Background noise, known as fuzz, can be an annoying problem when recording. And it can be tricky to eliminate altogether without a little know-how. You can obtaining crystal-clear sound learning to filter out the background noise. You need proper isolation, surroundings and equipment silence fuzz and distortion. While some audio software may offer hiss and background noise-elimination tools, there are methods to filter the noise manually.
1. Record in an isolated place by padding the walls with acoustic foam, pillows or blankets. Covering the walls will mean less echo bounce off them. Close all doors and windows during recording otherwise your microphone will pick up background noise.
2. Power off external electronics such as TVs, fans and other noisy appliances. Place your computer in a separate room when recording if it’s too noisy.
3. Position the microphone away from the door or window to minimize noise leaking through. Mount the microphone in a corner or the middle of the room. Record vocals or instruments near the microphone.
4. Disconnect and clean all cables and connectors will a cotton swab dipped in alcohol. Allow connectors and cables to dry before reconnecting. Dirty connectors often cause fuzz and distortion.