Hi there, just to let you know that sometimes it is good to search the forums first as there is a wealth of info out there
Hope this helps, have a look at this thread;http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/advices-for-whistle-recording/89675?page=1
Edit: Sorry Luca didn’t see your post
Awesome work! Congrats
Great news and congrats! You deserve it
Congrats! It’s looking good
Nice to see you back
Thanks for your suggestions, guys. Well, I tried another socket, tried a surge protector on the fridge, even tried defrosting it, but nothing helped. The click, does not appear in the mix, it’s just an electric interference in the hardware. It’s nothing, really, I just wonder where it came from, since it wasn’t there before. Maybe it has something to do with weather condition… But why only one monitor is affected? @simaudio – I use active monitors plugged into a surge protector, connected to external soundcard which is connected to PC via FireWire and the PC is plugged into UPS.
Yeah, it’s a funny old thing! Just wondered about the interface as i remembered this previous post;http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/maudio-fasttrack-usb-owners/88057?page=1#736106
but not really related to the monitors though.
It could be a weather thing, if the weather is getting cooler try turning the thermostat down (sorry to be obvious) but it does sound like the compressor going on and off, might be working too hard or something….. Lol ... Just check if you have any mains and audio cables crossing.
Hope you sort it out, let us know if you solve it.