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Re: Removing transients in rejoined speech files
Allan J Goldstein wrote:
> I have tried looking for zero
> crossings and making the cuts at these points, but
> there is still the interference.
Cutting at zero crossings should solve the problem... But, do you just
check for zero crossings, or for zero crossings in one direction? I mean,
if you do one cut at a zero crossing where the signal goes from negative
to positive, and the other one where the signal goes from positive to
negative, then you can get a strong transient in a rejoined file: the
signal will "bounce" from the zero line.
If this does not help, about a short (1-3 ms) crossfade - unless it
interferes with your purpose.
Pawel Kusmierek PhD
Department of Physiology and Biophysics
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