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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a better quality connection. Make sure that all of the wires run a straight path without unneeded or unnatural twists or ties. You also need to use the best cables for your situation. This means that you should use the right length and gauge recommended for your devices. If none of this works, you can always get an electronic loop-isolator (sweetwater, radioshack) which is essentially an enexpensive feedback eliminator and does the same thing as a grounded outlet, elimintating all of the extra "electric noise" which is not needed. Make sure that your devices are all plugged into grounded outlets as well. A surge protector with grounded slots will not always work, especially if it is not inserted into a three-prong outlet. Another thing is to make sure that no extra current is running through your devices. Because, in addition to the "noise" you are also damaging your equipment more from such "noise." In fact, depending on how long you have used your equipment, you may have already done some damage.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
I Don't know of any Olympus proprietory program to remove noise but if you can export it to a .wav format, it can then be edited and cleaned up digitally buy any semi pro sound editing software.such as sony's Sound Forge or cubase? cakewalk. software used for edit old records for conversion to cd may also help here. From there you can then save to cd for playback. If sound editing is beyond you, contact a recording studio or media house that produces commercials, they may be able to help.
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Posted on Jan 17, 2010
If you're picking up background (room) sounds the TT pickup is acting as a microphone. Isolate it physically from air- and room-borne vibrations. Turn your speakers down so they don't add to the problem, or use headphones while recording.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks! I also realized I have a built-in mic on my computer which I had to turn off."
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