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Need help with noise in Home Studio setup please

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  • Need help with noise in Home Studio setup please

     Hello, I'm setting up a home studio. I have two laptop's: Sony VAIO and HP. The Sony is the newest, but when I try to record generates a lot of hiss. I bought an Interface Scarlett 2i4 and and Microphone TLM 103. All cables are high quality. The problem is, when I record in both computers, there are noise (more than normal).
    I would like to know what is generating the noise. I'm really interested in work with the Sony one, but I was reading about that recording noise is a general problem as result of its thin size. Is there any way to avoid it?

    I record in Sony Vegas, Sound Forge band Adobe Audition.
    Additionally, I'm going to connect an Avalon VT  737 SP and a couple of studio monitor.

    May be the interface is the problem, and I should buy another, but before go to return it to the store I would like to know what could be a good solution to fix this problem please?

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    • mikehende
      mikehende commented
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      Actually, I updated the drivers and that seems to work but thanks for the links!

    • Phil O'Keefe
      Phil O'Keefe commented
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      Keeping your audio interface drivers up to date is always a good idea, and usually a good first step whenever you're having any issues.

      Glad to hear you got it all figured out and fixed the noise issue.


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    When you're recording, try disabling the wireless card and running the laptop on battery power.