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falconfighter
post Dec 5 2004, 20:40
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Is there a way to un-crossfade an audio track that has been cross-faded? I have tracks I've recorded from Internet Radio, and they're crossfaded and then split into tracks.
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negritot
post Dec 5 2004, 22:46
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It's pretty much impossible with any sort of quality. Separating individual instruments/voices from a mixed signal is really hard.

Edit: If you have one of the two tracks on its own, then you're in business.

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post Dec 7 2004, 19:00
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QUOTE (negritot @ Dec 5 2004, 09:46 PM)
Edit: If you have one of the two tracks on its own, then you're in business.
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No, not unless both the original and mixed version are lossless files which come from the same original and haven't been re-digitised. Even then, it would be very tricky to match the crossfade envelope to remove it.

With internet radio, you have a lossy codec in there, which will make the job impossible. Subtract the original, and you'll just hear artefacts. Subtract a different lossy coded version, and you'll hear two sets of artefacts superimposed.

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