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Xoron

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  1. Is it better to have a very short sample like 0.25 s so that there's definitely no other noise inside, or is it better to have a many second interval so there's more data to work with? The only other noise that would be in it is minor, even less loud than the static.
  2. I was wondering if there's a better way of enhancing understanding other than what I did before. My main problem currently is that when the person touches the microphone or breathes in it, it's extremely loud and I can't hear what he is saying in those moments. Is there a solution for that? I tried restricing the allowed frequencies to 85-255Hz (as I read on Google that human speech is in that range) in order to remove random noise, but this removed too much from the speech as well. Previous work. Can I do these things better? The sound varied a lot as he sometimes talks into th
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