I've been thinking about this problem you mention of an echo on a disc.
It's not really familiar to me with discs but very familiar with magnetic
tapes where one wind of a tape can partially magnetise an adjacent wind,
resulting in "print through" pre echoes and post echoes. Perhaps some sort
of cancellation of the echo using the actual "non echoed" signal would work.
Any chance of a short audio sample to hear exactly what you're describing?
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From: "Steve Smolian" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2018 11:25 AM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Groove echo
I'm getting decent results cleaning up acoustically recorded worn records in
The process I'm now using is to record flat each channel separately and then
together, then declick- usually 3 times at 7, twice at 9.5. This has
proven to be particularly successful using the right wall as the basic file
and editing in from the other two files what I can't solve with RX or what
is clearly a better capture of a portion of the sound. Dethump in the
declick program is a later stage. The rest varies according to the specific
When clearing away the noisy underbrush, I've one sound file with light
groove echo. Rather than drop in a somewhat noisier replacement taken rom
the other two files, is there a tool in RX that can remove this audio pest?
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