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Audio editing: ticking clock

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Hello, I have an audio recording (baby’s heartbeat) however, it is blighted by a ticking clock. I am in no way at all technical, but any recommendations much appreciated. My brother thinks it may have to remain “as is” as it would leave a strange pause between the heartbeats. Thank you!
 

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How do I share please? Got mp3 & mov formats. Thanks
 

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Upload to a file sharing site like mega. If it's not a commercial product or a copy of one, and is something you recorded yourself, you can post the link here. I or someone else should be able to help.

I'm assuming you got the mp3 by ripping it from the mov file? If so, please provide the original mov file, there may be a quality drop in the mp3 due to added compression which would will make noise removal more difficult.
 

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Is this a real child's heartbeat, or something from a movie?
 
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