You don't have to run SF 5 or 6 to use Sound Forge NR 2. It will run in CEP
1, just as any other directX plug-in.
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From: "James L Wolf" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 8:47 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Noise reduction software for 78rpm
> I've used Cool Edit Pro 1.0 (I assume that 2.0 is better) for
> personal and professional work, at least until we can manage to get
> SoundForge 6.0 and Noise Reduction 2 for my project at the Library. I've
> tried various editions of Diamond Cut but I don't like its setup or its
> results. I like the flexibilty of Cool Edit Pro, and it is possible to
> remove a good number of the ticks and pops without hurting the sound
> quality, at least with earlier 78s. I find that on higher quality
> audio, the treble end suffers with just about any global de-clicking in
> Cool Edit 1. At home, I usually declick by hand with good but slow
> I haven't yet heard a background noise reducer, other than careful
> EQing, that doesn't make things sound worse to my ear. That "breathing"
> effect you can hear even on recent re-issues like the Miles Davis Blue
> Note recordings is far more obtrusive than tape hiss or groove noise.
> For EQing 78s, I prefer the results on SoundForge 5 to CoolEdit 1, but
> there are probably better ways to do that either in analog or digital.
> >>> [log in to unmask] 07/30/03 07:26PM >>>
> If one can't afford a CEDAR system, is there any software that comes
> when cleaning up 78s of pops, crackles and surface noise?
> Tom Diamant
> Arhoolie Records
> 10341 San Pablo Ave.
> El Cerrito, CA 94530
> fax: 510-525-1204
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