You don't have much choice here but to do what most do.
a. Drop the volume during that section. YOU as the audio engineer KNOW the rules of that gimmick. No sudden drop but a roll down and up.
b. Limit the volume peaks during that. I fixed one (well fix is debatable) by maintaining the volume to be consistent with the rest of the track.
c. Copy some other section from the same audio track or COPY AND SPLICE from that track so it has many of the same qualities of what may be in that track.
There is NO KNOWN AUTOMATIC CLICK HERE tool for this. You become an Audio Engineer and figure a few hours to fix a small sub second glitch.
I have a song file and in two spots it sounds as though someone moved a needle across a vinyl recording with a resulting scratching sound. Short of cutting the sound out to have a discontinuity at the spot, can anyone suggest a methodology for removing or minimizing the scratching sound?
120Gb Hard Drive
Windows Home & Professional
Audacity and Cakewalk Available