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A circuit board cleaner/degreaser may do the trick and it shouldn't damage any of the electronics. Just make sure the equipment is unplugged when spraying it and let it dry thoroughly before plugging it back in.
It smelled so bad I couldn't wait for answers so I cracked it open. Here's what I did: Removed all knobs and placed in hot soapy water for over an hour Removed screws and opened her up. Got a vacuum in there to pick up any dust and other accumulated stuff While knobs were removed, vigorously cleaned the front panel and keys This reduced the smell, but ...
This depends on how high the quality of your recordings need to be. If you are looking to create a personal note library, or commentate on Multiplayer Gaming Videos, then I would just look at improving your recording technique. For example, moving the mic away from your mouth and speaking louder. You should be able to avoid plosives (pops) and your voice ...
It's difficult to know how significant these unwanted sounds are - can you post them so we can hear the track (or at least a section of the track)? You have got to keep your wits about you when editing - I use wavelab and sometimes I put markers around the problem areas so I don't forget which part of the track I'm working on. Also getting a section of ...
Goo Gone. Put it on a cloth, rub it on the sticky part of the cable. Let it sit for a minute, then rub off with a dry cloth. Repeat if necessary. For this or any of the other suggested procedures, it would be a good idea to test on a small non-critical part of the cable. I've never had a problem with it though.
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