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A hardware issue... or not?

https://youtube.com/watch?v=iNL9l_X5Npg
Can you hear the annoying sound at 1:02~1:04? It's very noticeable and it's a familiar type of noise, don't know what to call it, but it's like rattling.

Will provide more info if it's not just my hardware.

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Reply #1
listening with speakers, and then phones, i heard nothing unusual at that time code you gave

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Reply #2
It's the fret noises of the guitar player.

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Reply #3
 :))

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Reply #4
That's not it, the sound I'm talking about sounds very artificial, and it's a familiar sound because you'd hear almost the same thing in "earrape" edits. I think it's referred to as clipping. I'm listening on a usb headset btw https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/accessories-and-monitors/audio/headsets/AUDIO-BO-Lenovo-100-Stereo-USB-HS/p/4XD0X88524

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Reply #5
Yes is does sound like clipping, not much you can do about it - it's the record's problem.

 

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Reply #6
I agree that it's probably clipping and not something I enjoy hearing.
Ran it through my declipping settings in StereoTool and didn't notice it after.
Processed audio in java and python.

Re: A hardware issue... or not?

Reply #7
Yes it looks like a clipping...

 
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