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Vinyl Restoration Problem, How do you clean this up?
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post Jan 22 2008, 22:35
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I've been gradually transferring my record collection to CD using Adobe Audition 2.0. For most records I have been derumbling and declicking with good results. Occasionally I also use the Younglove decrackle technique. I've posted a short 32 bit, 44.1 KHz WAV file of an old Kiss song that got played too much. It has been derumbled, declicked and decrackled. Is there anyway to clean up the "distortion" you hear at the beginning and that's less noticible throughout? How would you even describe the undesireable sounds that are present? I'm still learning. Thanks.

http://home.comcast.net/~mrmatheson/Sample_WAV.wav
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post Jan 23 2008, 06:41
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FWIW, when I did vinyl restoration I visually found the major pops/ticks and zoomed in to remove them with the auto pop/tick remover. I let the smaller stuff just pass for the most part. I did use a high pass to take out the rumble and only used the automatic pop/tick/noise redux on the very quiet parts between tracks. Too much distortion when using the auto NR/pop/tick remove on the music typically so I agree with "curtor."


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