Hello, I'd like to play around with some more distorted guitar sounds, but the background hum (I'm not sure if there's an official term for this) understandably gets louder when I crank up the distortion and gain. I'm already using a noise gate with some very aggressive/intrusive settings; low attack, threshold notably lower than the amount needed to cut the humming. It can still get kind of noticeable though. As far as I know, there isn't a wiring problem in my guitar. No buzzing when I adjust the knobs or anything. The buzz persists when I've got my volume knob turned all the way down. It slightly lessens when I turn off my computer monitor. Kind of weird, but if I touch either the strings or my audio interface, a small amount of the buzzing also stops. Turning off my monitor makes a much bigger change though. Are there any easy things I can do to help remedy this? How about not so easy things?