I didn't try it, does it run under Windows 10? It was written for
Windows 95/98! That page was last updated in 2003.
This is an important item and thanks for telling us about it.
I don't know what other tools are available for this, but for this one
conversion, there is a preset in the FFT filter in Samplitude/Sequoia.
On 2018-11-03 1:37 PM, Jos Van Dyck wrote:
> Early CDs were recorded with pre-emphasis (50/15 µs) to reduce high frequency noise. This is part of the Red Book standard IEC 60908.
> Audio CD players automatically apply a de-emphasis filter when the corresponding flag in the subcode data is present.
> Some ripping software (e.g. iTunes) can cope with it and apply the necessary de-emphasis, however most of them (such as dBpoweramp) will not do it so the corresponding wav file needs manual post-processing to apply de-emphasis.
> WaveEmph by Th. Ahlersmeyer is a dedicated program to apply de-emphasis:
> Kind regards,
> Jos Van Dyck
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