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This method is reffered to as Key inputing and can be done if you use the
wrong track and it corresponds to the pops and clicks impeding your sound.
also the frequencies must be selected correctly upfront to insure the music
or whatever your program is will not be muffled or taken away completly. I
didn't see the first message about your problem so if I'm off it's because
all I saw was the response. In that cse just diregard me.
John Loy

Don Cox wrote:

> On 09/06/03, Bradleys wrote:
> > The best implementation of using the two tracks might be to couple of
> > a high frequency pop and click filter attenuation method with a gate
> > determined by the pops and clicks on the "wrong track" to signal
> > during digital processing when to apply the filter.
> Clicks are not "high frequency". They are impulse signals and as such
> contain all the frequencies the system can reproduce in roughly equal
> amounts, as does hiss.
> You cannot remove clicks by processing in the frequency domain. They
> have to be detected individually and the signal then edited or patched,
> which is only easy to do with digital methods.
> Regards
> --
> Don Cox
> doncox@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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