Re: sound restoration software (Adam Lundqvist )

Subject: Re: sound restoration software
From:    Adam Lundqvist  <newsgroups(at)LUNDQVIST.DE>
Date:    Mon, 30 Jun 2003 11:17:09 +0200

Hi Boris, 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 or a bit more expensive Sound Forge for about $200 I guess). In case you have an waveeditor supporting DirectX plugins I would suggest Noise Wizard ( for the restoration part since it is good and quite cheap ($119). In case you do not have any waveeditor you might consider Algorithmix ( software (I believe it costs about $200) or the cheaper software Magix Music cleaning lab ( (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, Adamcool -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- Von: AUDITORY Research in Auditory Perception [mailto:AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA]Im Auftrag von Boris Kleber Gesendet: Montag, 30. Juni 2003 10:45 An: AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA Betreff: sound restoration software Dear list 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, Boris ____________________________________________________________________________ __ UNICEF bittet um Spenden fur die Kinder im Irak! Hier online an UNICEF spenden:

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