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Re: sound restoration software
there is a lot of restoration software out there... You can get anything
between *free* :) and 10k $ :( software for your restoration.
You will at first need an waveeditor or so for the digitalization. You can
get good ones for almost free (e.g. Acoustica for $15 www.acondigital.com or
a bit more expensive Sound Forge www.sonicfoundry.com for about $200 I
In case you have an waveeditor supporting DirectX plugins I would suggest
Noise Wizard (www.noise-wizard.com) for the restoration part since it is
good and quite cheap ($119).
In case you do not have any waveeditor you might consider Algorithmix
(www.algorithmix.com) software (I believe it costs about $200) or the
cheaper software Magix Music cleaning lab (www.magix.com) (probably about
$50 but still quite good).
In case you really have a lot of money you could go for Cedar, which costs
about $ 5k for the denoiser plus another $ 5k for the host software you
need... expensive but good...
Enjoy your restoration,
Von: AUDITORY Research in Auditory Perception
[mailto:AUDITORY@LISTS.MCGILL.CA]Im Auftrag von Boris Kleber
Gesendet: Montag, 30. Juni 2003 10:45
Betreff: sound restoration software
Could anyone recommend sofware for sound restoration? I'd like to digitalize
old radio recordings with piano music (played by my father) that have been
audio taped on a Revox A77 machine. I want to restore that music as good as
possible and there's a lot of hissing and some microphone rumble on the
tapes. Above 5kHz the hissing level is higher than the recorded sound.
Thanks a lot,
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