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Jan,

I use DC7, but only for sound file manipulation:
* recording
* identification of silence between tracks
* splitting a large file into separate tracks
* normalization (for each track, and among a collection of tracks)
For "restoration," I use only Brian Davies' excellent tools ClickRepair 
and DeNoise <http://www.clickrepair.net/>.  I don't know if I would use 
them for restoration for commercial release, but they work very well for 
my P to VG 78s.  "Digital Artifacts" increasingly seem to be in the ear 
of the listener, and I shore ain't gonna start another flame war on the 
subject.  Contact me off-line if you want my opinions.

On 8/8/2010 4:16 PM, Jan Myren wrote:
> HI!
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> Just like to know if anybody out there still prefers analogue restoration of
> 78 rpm records instead of digital?
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> You know; digital restoration often leaves some strange digital artifacts on
> it.
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> Any analogue/digital equipment that is recommended by users of remastering
> 78's to digital media like CD's?
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> Anybody out there using DCArt tools??
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> All the best
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> Jan
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