I'd like to hear what some of you folks think:
I use Diamond Cut Millenium and Sound Forge 4.0. I understand that
Sound Forge 6.0 is the way to go, but I got 4.0 at "such a deal" I could
not let it pass. The Sound Forge 4 creates artifacts quitwe readily,
but with a light touch, the continuos noise filter is quite effective.
The de-ticker is poor in my experience.
With Diamond Cut I have had some good luck with the de-ticker, but
finds that it leaves the roots of the ticks while removing what sticks
out. Overall it's quite a good program for the $ (around 3 bills I
The Diamond cut noise reduction filter is very fussy and if it doesn't
create a lot of artifacts, it will create a rather hollow sound.
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If one can't afford a CEDAR system, is there any software that comes
when cleaning up 78s of pops, crackles and surface noise?
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