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    My VHS captures have some audio glitching. The glitching happens at different times each capture, which is good because I can record twice, splice together the good parts, and cut out the glitchy parts. But I'm wondering if anyone can tell me what's causing this so I don't have to go through the trouble of editing the audio. I record without any other programs running on my computer, and I restart the computer before beginning, so I don't believe it's related to CPU activity. The video doesn't glitch along with the audio, it seems to be its own issue.

    Here are some examples of the problem. You can hear it at 0:01, 0:04, and 0:06.
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    You mean these clicking sounds? Izotope RX does a pretty good job in their declick module.
    Program is not free, but there is a free trial, fully functional.

    I tried Audacity, has a built in declick, but it was strugging with your sample

    Possibly due to some electrical interference in your capture chain
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