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eiko
post Mar 20 2009, 05:43
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Is there any app to take an mp3, or a WAV that was previously compressed to mp3, and add high frequency sounds in plausible locations that mp3 encoding would have removed?

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eiko
post Mar 20 2009, 06:39
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Hmmm, I'm interested in converting some mp3s to WAV files and making it tough to detect they were originally encoded in mp3.

I know I can just add a small low and high frequency noise and those "true audio" programs fail pass it off as high quality audio. And people can't really hear the difference. The only problem remaining is that it's quite obvious what was done from looking at the spectrum view of the track.

So I'm wondering if there's any program or strategy that would fix that up a little by adding "plausible" noise.
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