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Purposely create bad call quality

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Hi! I know this is weird, but what's the best way to purposely create static and popping sounds on the line when I talk? I'm looking for static or popping (or similar) that the person on the other end of the line would hear (and I can hear it too, if necessary). Is there an add-on hardware module or software that would do this? I'm looking for something that I can activate or de-activate at any time. DON'T ASK! Lol.

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