Goran Finnberg wrote: > But in a sense you´re correct insofar that Cedar has a lot of problems > with trumpets as it mistakes them from clicks. > > I´m speaking about Cedar for Windows here. In their flagship system "Cambridge" which I use, CEDAR has vastly improved on the earlier de-click algorithm found in their series 2 stand alone boxes and in their first computer based "Cedar for Windows" system. In the past, trumpets (muted or not), trombones and some male voices (notably Louis Armstrong) would tear badly if the process thresholds were set to aggressively. Using the new Cambridge process "de-clickle" (yes, a combination of de-click and de-crackle), I am able to remove click problems that were previously impossible without severely damaging the program content. Note: Although CEDAR has a new stand alone box with de-clickle, it does not perform to the depth that Cambridge does. ... Graham Newton -- Audio Restoration by Graham Newton, http://www.audio-restoration.com World class professional services applied to tape or phonograph records for consumers and re-releases, featuring CEDAR's new CAMBRIDGE processes.