• Clicks/pops

    Digital clicks and pops can occur whenever there is an abrupt change in the signal level. This may happen if you cut the start (or end) of a piece of audio at a point where the waveform is not at or near-zero. When played, the signal will jump immediately from zero to the waveform's starting value, sometimes resulting in an audible click. The solution is to make your cuts at zero- crossing points, and/or to use short fades and crossfades when editing audio.

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