Introduction · FAQs Howling/Robot/Echo/squeak sound (Microphone noise problem)

CASE 1: The audio makes a quick chirp at the beginning of the video (chipmunk squeak sound)

If the audio makes a quick chirp at the beginning of the video, it might be a problem with the codec or your media player.

1. Download the latest version from http://www.bandicam.com/downloads/, and try the .mp4 container.
2. Try VLC Media Player or POT Media Player.
3. Uninstall codec packs on your PC.


CASE 2: How to remove "microphone howling/robot/echo sound"

1. Use a headset instead of speakers

If you use speakers, the sound goes from speakers to microphone and creates the howling sound. To reduce the howling/robot/echo sound, you have to use a headset instead of speakers. If you don't have a headset, reduce the speaker volume and keep the speakers away from the microphone.

2. Disable "Secondary Sound Device" of Bandicam

disable Secondary sound device

3. Mute the microphone volume

If you use the "Two Sound Mixing" option in Windows Vista/7/8/10, go to the "Playback" tab, double-click "Speakers," click the Levels tab, and then mute the microphone volume.
remove echo sound, robotic sound, howling

4. Uncheck the "Listen to this device" in Windows Vista/7/8/10

If you use the "Two Sound Mixing" option in Windows Vista/7/8/10, go to the Recording tab, double-click "Microphone," click the Levels tab, and then uncheck "Listen to this device."

remove echo sound, robotic sound, howling in Windows Vista/7/8




CASE 3: How to remove microphone fireworks/noise

1. Disable "Secondary Sound Device" of Bandicam

If you use the "Two Sound Mixing" option of Bandicam, disable the "Secondary Sound Device" of Bandicam (No. 4). Without the "Secondary Sound Device", Bandicam can record your microphone with "Stereo Mix" or "Volume Mixer (WASAPI)" of Windows

disable Secondary sound device



2. Reduce the microphone volume by 50%

If you use the "Two Sound Mixing" option in Windows XP, go to the Volume control window, choose "Recording", and then reduce the microphone volume by 50%.

remove microphone fireworks/noise in Windows XP



If you use the "Two Sound Mixing" option in Windows Vista/7/8/10, reduce the microphone volume by 50% as shown below:

remove microphone fireworks/noise in Windows Vista/7/8



You may also check "Disable all enhancements" as shown below:

remove microphone fireworks/noise in Windows Vista/7/8



CASE 4: Others

To remove the mouse click sound while recording, select "No Sounds" under the Sounds tab of Windows.

remove mouse click sound, windows ding sound



To remove the sound effect of Windows, check "Disable all enhancements" as shown below:

remove windows effect/noise



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