Devise a way to filter speaker-to-mic feedback out of a recording
We had a guest on a Zoom interview podcast, and she only had her computer speakers and microphone to use. Whenever she was silent, our voices came out her speakers and into the microphone, and went round and round, as well as on to the other tracks. It took FOREVER to clean that up in Hindenburg by hand. Isn't there some comparative function that can cancel out that noise, but leave the rest when I put the 3 tracks side by side? I think there has to be some delay consideration, as well as decay and other things, but in digital audio, it should be possible. Is there some other slick way to get rid of it in Hindenburg, or some plug-in you have tested/include in the software and can recommend?