On 06/20/2012 06:13 PM, Tom Fine wrote:
> Question -- is there an algorhythm to remove the modulation noise behind
> the voice? It seems to be repeated modulation, just like if a disk were
> played and the groove was "listing" to one side, sort of a
> woosh-woosh-woosh. Because it's a relatively uniform modulation, I'm
> wondering if it can be "zero'd out" to improve voice audibility?
This actually sounds as though it could be the grain of the paper on
which the magazine was printed. It's an extremely regular, constant
sound and one that could easily be imagined as coming from a paper disc
being "played" by an acoustic pickup.
I used to do this with labels of junky records on my Victrola XVI when I
was a teenager, cutting spirals into the labels, which is how I
recognized the pattern.
I don't know if Dr. Feaster is on or reads ARSCLIST. I know he used to
be a fairly heavy participant in 78-L years ago.