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Re: arsclist New subscriber / LP restoration question
You might try - if you have it - clipped peak restoration in Sound Forge. It
is a direct X plug-in. Haven't tried it myself.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "X. Michael Warren" <moths_careening@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 12:21 PM
Subject: arsclist New subscriber / LP restoration question
> Hello, all. My name is Michael and I'm an lp restoration
> hobbyist who enjoys spending his Saturdays transferring
> records to PC then CD.
> I have a question regarding restoration, and please refer
> me to the listserv archives if this topic has been
> discussed before.
> On the loud sections of some of my records there is a
> sibilant distortion that I presume has been caused by
> previous owners and their dull needles. Is there a way to
> eliminate this sound? I've tried many different PC click &
> crackle removers as well as de-essers, noise reduction and
> all manner of minor adjustments on my turntable and preamp.
> It is most exasperating to not be able to remove this
> I will be most grateful to anyone who has experienced and
> overcome this problem & who can help me minimize or
> eliminate it.
> Thanks very much,
> Michael Warren
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