Ive used almost every version of the DC software and i still find it can leave a lot of artifacts with their noise reduction elements.
I have version 8 but havent had time to load and play with it yet... ill give it a try and post what it does
--- On Sat, 2/5/11, Jan Myren <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> From: Jan Myren <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] SV: [ARSCLIST] Recommendations for Software replacement for DC-Art Millennium?
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Date: Saturday, February 5, 2011, 12:39 PM
> What is actually wrong with DC ART NR software? I have used
> it for years
> with great success, restoring old 78's to CD!
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> Sendt: 4. februar 2011 19:38
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> Emne: [ARSCLIST] Recommendations for Software replacement
> for DC-Art
> The Jewish Music Archive at Penn would like to upgrade the
> software it is
> using. I've been doing mostly transfers of vinyl
> LP's, cassette tapes and
> some 78's. The DC-Art software is great for recording,
> editing and manual
> de-clicking, but the automated algorithms are pretty poor
> and the continuous
> noise module is worse than useless.
> I recently tried Izotrope RX as a trial and was quite
> impressed. Any other
> software recommendations and/or thoughts about this
> particular one? Things
> we should consider?
> RA Friedman, Archivist
> Freedman Jewish Sound Archive
> University of Pennsylvania