High pitch noise in the background

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Hi, I've created this synth but there's this really annoying high pitch squeal behind it, and i can't figure out how to get rid of it without changing the sound of the synth too much, if anyone can help that'll be great! thanks!
 

DanDnB

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Umm, do you have a spectrum analyzer? Have you tried Equalizing? Have you tried the EQ sweep technique to try and pinpoint the sound frequency?
 

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i find that when i whack an e.q over it and turn the high's down slightly it does take it away but theres still a very vague squeaky noise, and if i want to get rid of it completely i have to completely lower the higher ends on the eq
 

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i find that when i whack an e.q over it and turn the high's down slightly it does take it away but theres still a very vague squeaky noise, and if i want to get rid of it completely i have to completely lower the higher ends on the eq
DEAL WITH IT LIKE A TRU MAN:gslayer:
 
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First thing I would go to is a low pass filter to cut the frequencies you don't want. I could help more if you mention what synth you are using and how you made the sound mate
 

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i have this problem as well when recording my analog gear into my sound card .. i have cleaned my cables and everything.. maybe midi is a better soulution ?
 

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Embrace the squeak - make it a feature. You listen to Dillinja stuff and there are all kinds of weird noises going on in the background but that is where the character comes from.
 

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check your wave signal, what shape are you sending? and what range is said signal? high pitched "abnormalities" in synths are usually a conflicting shape/algorythm. Or the resonance could be too high, cutoff could be lil off...there's a 100 different possibilities that could and can cause these abnormalities. Like dude said though, need to know what program you're using and how you're making the sound
 
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