On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 09:43:45PM +0200, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
> Try Gramofile  or Gnome Wave Cleaner .
Both seem to be quite old and it's not clear at all if they
are still being developed or maintained.
> Results will very a lot
It's not clear at all from the original post what kind of 'noise'
has to be removed. If it is _noise_ (a continuous broadband random
signal), then frequency domain methods should be able to reduce it.
If it is _crackle_ (short spikes) then time domain methods will have
a better chance. Also the remark that the problem only occurs 'while
the music is playing' adds a bit to the puzzle...
It would help to know the origin of the the 'noise' or to have a
sample of it.
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