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First of all, get yourself a good pop screen for the mic that you use for the narration. Panty hose stretched over an embroidery hoop from Wal-Mart will cost you a total of about $2.00 and works just fine. You just have to figure out something like a mic stand and coat hanger, etc to put it between the mic and your mouth.
Second. Adobe’s new Audition 1.5 really works well at removing pops, clicks, hiss and all sorts of background noises. It might be a lite pricy but it’s worth the money if your doing all this for good reason other than just for fun. Audition is a really good audio editing software.