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  • Weird Nerdy clicky Noisy Cancely... I don't know, need a sound engineer.

    Has anybody any experience of recording things?
    I am installing a ShoreTel in a large and old organisation, the legacy system is a Siemens iSDX which has a few thousand analog extensions on it. It's about 25 years old.
    It is huuuugge, pretty much a walk in phone system, about 20' long and a wall full of krone strips.
    i want to record the sound the relays make. I spent a few hours in the same room when installing a couple of ShoreGear switches and I wanted to capture the sound for historical interest. There is something musical about the way that the clicks pulse up and down the room.

    Holding a mic up to the room picks it up OK, what I would like to be able to do is try and cancel out the noise of cooling fans and aircon and try and bring out the clicking of the relays more.
    I have Sony Soundforge and I guess I need to copy a section of background noise with no clicks and then do something with this to use as a mask to cancel out the same noise and hopefully leave the clicks from the relays.

    Anybody a sound engineer?

  • #2
    audacity has a noise cancellation, just make sure you get sound of just the fans so it can build a filter.

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    • #3
      Dear Dave,

      You bring a damn tear of joy to my eye.

      Thanks,
      Sean

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      • #4
        Can you take some pictures of that time warped phone wiring room for us? Also get some pictures of the hot PBX operator lady while she is routing calls.

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