I have an audio file (a lecture) that needs to be edited and filtered for noise distortions. It was recorded with a clip-on mic and an Olympus digital voice recorder. Thing is, I have done what editing my newbie skills will allow, but I want to know if it can be done better (I'm sure it can.) Particularly there's this humming/buzzing/static type sound that is constant almost throughout the lecture. Thing is I need to be able to learn how to properly edit such recordings as professionally as possible, and as soon as possible, as I will be doing quite a lot of this editing regularly. And while I've started my learning curve -reading a lot of forum posts, and trying some hands on practical editing, I'm very desperate to shorten my learning curve, and I also learn faster when I learn from some1 else, than when I have to do it on my own. Is there any1 here who'd be willing to gimme some basic school on editing, starting with taking a look at my audio file and telling how best it coulda been edited. PS** If necessary, I'd be willing to make a (financial) contribution to whoever will take up my offer. Thank.