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post Sep 18 2012, 12:59
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i need a free program that batch remove PopClick from multiple mp3 files that had vinyl as source
Lame can't do it
XRECODE can't do it
Goldware can do it but is trial
i can't find foobar2000 plugin
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DVDdoug
post Sep 18 2012, 19:37
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biggrin.gif You don't like that warm-natural-analog sound? biggrin.gif

Audacity (FREE) has a Click Removal "effect" plug-in. All of these tools are different and to some work better than others.... So, you'll have to try it to see if it does the job for you.

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...that batch remove PopClick
The batch/automatic de-clickers are usually not perfect... It's hard for a computer to know what's a defect and when there's something that sounds like a click that's part of the music. (The manual de-clickers are not always perfect either.) Other times it's impossble to remove the click without otherwise damaging the sound. Also, the MP3 compression might change the waveform in a way that makes the defect harder for the computer to detect.

This page has several suggestions for click-removal software. (Some of these may not work with MP3, but all click removal programs will have to decode the MP3 before processing anyway.)

I use Wave Repair ($30 USD). It works great in the manual mode and it only "touches" the waveform where you identify a defect, but it's very time-consuming.

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Goldware can do it but is trial
I've had GoldWave for about 10 years. Since the upgrades are free, the cost has been insignificant at only about $5 a year. It's the BEST software "investment" I've ever made!!! (But, I don't use it for de-clicking.)

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