Hi, I'm the farthest thing from a recording professional, but I found this forum and thought I might be able to get an answer to this question... I want to do some recorded interviews and start a podcast, but whenever I record anything, all my S's have a horrible shrill chirping sound. I tried a couple filters in Audacity (and Audition - I think) a year or two ago, which didn't work, and when I tried to remove the shrill sounds manually, it took too long and messed with the actual words too much. Other than fixing my teeth or whatever's causing the sound in my mouth is there any easy solution for removing these shrill chirping sounds from my recordings? Update: I attached an mp3 file with a few seconds of my shrill, chirping S sounds. After I posted this, I did a search and downloaded the Spitfish De-esser for Audacity. That didn't help, so I'm still looking for a solution. Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer!