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Music Clean - Highly Recommended

nutty 05 Nov 06 - 03:21 PM
nutty 05 Nov 06 - 03:55 PM
Geoff the Duck 05 Nov 06 - 04:05 PM
Shiamsa 06 Nov 06 - 02:54 PM
Darowyn 06 Nov 06 - 03:39 PM
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Subject: Music Clean - Highly Recommended
From: nutty
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 03:21 PM

My Computer Active Magazine speaks particularly highly of this programme and I am interested to know if anyone else has used it for converting tapes or LP's and cleaning up music tracks.

It also seems to be able to do the thing that other programmes have difficulty with - automatically identifying the split between tracks.

Although costing £22.99 the magazine gives it full marks for value for money.


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Subject: RE: Music Clean - Highly Recommended
From: nutty
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 03:55 PM

I forgot the link

Music Clean


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Subject: RE: Music Clean - Highly Recommended
From: Geoff the Duck
Date: 05 Nov 06 - 04:05 PM

Don't know the programme. I use an assortment of different ones which do specific tasks which were either magazine cover disc freebies, shareware or time limited freebies. I am not sure if paying for a bunch of shareware works out dearer than one All-in-one programme.
Quack!
GtD.


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Subject: RE: Music Clean - Highly Recommended
From: Shiamsa
Date: 06 Nov 06 - 02:54 PM

I use SoundForge for editing tracks, but recently have received recordings with scratches--obviously recorded from scratched records. Does SoundForge have a function for eliminating these? I'm not an expert with the program. Otherwise I might try the above-mentioned program.


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Subject: RE: Music Clean - Highly Recommended
From: Darowyn
Date: 06 Nov 06 - 03:39 PM

You should find an "Audio Restoration" tool on your Tools menu on the toolbar if you have a reasonably recent version of Soundforge.
You might also find a "Click and Crackle Remover" on your FX favourites menu- probably by Steinberg or Sonic Foundry.
The trick with that is to run through the presets (Six, I think) with the little box ticked that allows you to hear just what is being removed. It's called "Keep Residual Output".
Adjust the controls till you just hear the clicks and crackles and none of the music. Then UNCLICK THE BUTTON before you press OK to process the track. Otherwise you'll just have the crackles left.
Cheers
Dave
(certified expert!)


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