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Weird background noise with hyperx quadcast usb mic

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8 months 3 weeks
Hello everyone
I'm new to this site and to audio recordings so i hope your bear with me on this one.
I'm aware of background noise in recordings since i started recording with my hyperx quadcast usb mic and didn't have any problems getting rid of it in adobe audition. I switched to an xlr mic, the rode podmic with Scarlett solo 3rd gen interface and encountered a weird background noise nothing like i had heard before.

I'm wondering if there's anything wrong with my setup and i'm hoping you could help me figure this thing out.

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