I'm sorry, I misunderstood what you were describing. Now I understand. That would absolutely work,
but what an art form! Wow, I wonder what Jack experimented on to learn the art.
-- Tom Fine
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From: "Parker Dinkins" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, July 27, 2007 8:14 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] De-clicking
> on 7/26/07 8:06 PM US/Central, Tom Fine at [log in to unmask]
>> But if you do Jack's method, you're left with the same problem as Terry -- a
>> microsecond of blank space, which is just as noticeable and annoying as the
> By scraping off only the precise moment of the click, you're in effect
> creating a high speed fadeout and fade-in. It's audible, but less annoying
> than the click itself.
> There's an overview of analog and digital de-clicking at
> http://www.cedaraudio.com/intro/declick_intro.html - but without a
> description of manually scraping off the oxide.
> Parker Dinkins
> MasterDigital Corporation
> Audio Restoration + CD Mastering