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removing static from record recording, is there any easy way

Justin Vine
I have some recording from a record, and it has record static in
there, is there an easy to remove it?>
Thanks for the help,
Justin

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    | From Justin Vine
    | Tue, 14 Aug 2007 20:53:01 -0400
    | Subject: [Audacity-help] removing static from record recording, is
    | there any easy way
    | I have some recording from a record, and it has record static in there,
    | is there an easy to remove it?

You can try Effect > Noise Removal, which may remove some of the
disturbance, but the type of rapid faint crackling you probably mean is
not easily removed in Audacity. See this page if you want to try Noise
Removal:
http://audacityteam.org/wiki/index.php?title=Noise_Removal 

Sometimes expanders can be helpful in attenuating this sort of noise if
it is at a very low level. Audacity does not have an inbuilt expander but
you could try e.g. Floorfish in this VST plug-in package:

for Windows:
http://www.digitalfishphones.com/binaries/the_fish_fillets_v1_1.zip 

for OS X (not Intel):
http://www.u-he.com/FishFilletsOSX.tgz   

or Dr.Expander (Windows VST):
http://www.gaclrecords.org.uk/DrExp.zip 

To use these plug-ins, you need to add the unzipped plug-in files to your
Audacity Plug-Ins folder, along with the unzipped Audacity VST Enabler:  
http://audacityteam.org/vst/

The Audacity Plug-Ins folder is inside your Audacity installation folder. This
folder is usually in the Program Files folder on Windows, and in the
Applications folder on OS X.  On restarting Audacity, the new plug-ins will
be available in the Effect menu underneath the divider.


Gale Andrews




 
 





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