Re: [linux-audio-user] Here is my dilemma

From: R Parker <rtp405@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Fri Jul 29 2005 - 02:48:53 EEST

> > On my old recordings there were done with a cheesy
> four-track,
> > how can I make there cleaner?
> I've had some pretty decent results with Gnome Wave
> Cleaner, you
> might want to try it.

Another option is using jaaa to identify problematic
noise within frequencies and using the Rezound
Arbitrary Fir filter to lower the response of the
frequency bands where the offending sounds are
dominant. I've had good luck with that aproach.


> > Some of my old recordings that have been copied
> over from old
> > tapes are too hot and therefore get a really
> annoying digital
> > distortion. Can I clean those up too?
> >
> Once a wave is clipped, it isn't really possible to
> regain that
> lost information, AFAIK. There might be a tool
> available that can
> reduce the annoyingness of the clips, but if you
> can, I'd
> redub the tapes at a lower volume.
> Hope this helps ya out,
> spencer

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