My replies were both rejected from the system telling it was sent before. I
hasn’t that. Please distribute this message to all of the users!
I use several "black box blinking lights" hardware audio processors.
What kind of Black Boxes are you thinking about??
"ill be glad to post mp3 of samples"
Just do that, this was really impressive with so little digital artifacts
introduced. Digital artifacts is just what irritates me, much more
irritating than the whole recording unprosessed, I guess...
Especially on old 78 rpm discs
Do you really find this shareware better than DC7?
How about Sound Forge compared with DC7 and the share-wares???
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Emne: Re: [ARSCLIST] DC Art Tools for restoring old 78's/DeNoise/DeClick
I have used every thing from DC3 to the present DC7 restoration software
over at least 5 year period.
I have produced restored audio for network television, independent record
This being said, i have found some basic software tools for a lot less
money. here are the programs i go with most of the time.
For basic work page i use Sound Forge Audio studio 9.0, I like the full
screen work space for ease of editing and basic audio manipulation.
For click and noise removal a pair of shareware programs called "Click
repair" and "DeNoise" offer an inexpensive alternative to DC7 and i think
fewer artifacts. Download at
The "Declick" offers adjustable settings for crackle and scratch ticks.
DEnoise, lets you take a print of noise and a visual graph of the
application which you can set the floor and amount of reduction. Works so
In addition to the software I use several "black box blinking lights"
hardware audio processors.
Hope this is helpful... ill be glad to post mp3 of samples.