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Re: AUDITORY Digest - 1 Dec 2006 to 2 Dec 2006 (#2006-258)

On Sun, Dec 03, 2006 at 12:05:39AM -0500, AUDITORY automatic digest system wrote:
> I am looking for a MatLab function to remove clicks
> from an acoustic signal.  I wish to edit out a portion
> of a speech signal and then rejoin the remaining
> components.  However, playing it back reveals either
> clicks or obvious =93stuttering=94 type of sound which are
> obviously transients.  I have tried looking for zero
> crossings and making the cuts at these points, but
> there is still the interference.

I don't know if it'll do exactly what you want, but gramofile is a
program for removing clicks from sounds, intended for use with
gramophone records. It locates clicks then applies a filter only at
the clicks. It has done wonders for my digital copy of my LPs.


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