Here's a sample that includes some "warbles". It's a 14 mb .wav file that
was ripped directly from the cd "Pop Singers on the Air!".
The cd was issued in 1984, so this would have been some kind of technology
available during that time. My guess is that it was some kind of hardware
box that did click removal that was adjustable - in the sample, you hear
the "warble" in addition to some broader surface noise on the original
transcription. Again, you can hear the same "warbles" on both the lp and
cd versions of some of the Radiola releases, so it's in the master tape and
not an artifact of the media.
On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 12:52 AM, Paul Stamler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 6/2/2014 8:03 PM, Ellis Burman wrote:
>> Hi Randy. Can you make short mp3 of just that section? Maybe 10 seconds
>> or so? Then you could use a higher bit rate, and hopefully preserve it
>> better. If you make the section short enough, you can even send it as an
>> uncompressed WAV.
> Or a .flac file.