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Postby coach on 26 Feb 2009 13:13

Music Programs

Sorry, don't really know where to put this one and too tired to figure it out. I am transfering music from vinyl to digital. I am using Audacity, which is an okay program, but I need something better. Mainly, I need something more robust for removing my lord and clicks. Does anyone have any suggestions for good programs for that? Thanks!
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Postby Electronic Foodie on 26 Feb 2009 14:58

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I use Audacity too. It has a noise removal feature that you can use. I haven't used it, but it's there.

Link: http://audacityteam.org/wiki/index.php? ... se_Removal
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Postby coach on 26 Feb 2009 16:09

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I use that feature. It works okay a little, but does not get everything, or even most stuff. So I was looking for a more robust program. Doesn't have be free, or cheap, I'm not paying for it.
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Postby Electronic Foodie on 26 Feb 2009 16:47

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Sony Sound Forge is another program I've used in the past. It's much more advanced than Audacity. I didn't use the noise reduction feature, but it's a program you might want to research. It's a free 30 day trial so you don't have anything to lose if it doesn't work for you.

Link: http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/soundforge
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Postby DJ_Way on 26 Feb 2009 20:01

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James,

Depending on how intense the pop is you may not be able to completely take it out. I've used Ableton for this....it's very easy. Although, you may get over-obsessed and spend hrs trying to delete every lil pop! I'm assuming you use some sort of interface to transfer the music from phono to digi, so try a trial version of LIVE first. You won't be able to save, but you can see how it works for ya. good luck!
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Postby AlanS on 27 Feb 2009 12:40

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