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Help for this distortion
post Sep 30 2012, 17:06
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I'm a newbie and ask here if somebody can help. I have recorded the attached clip from a pianola (line-out jack) to a pc. But I don't know why I have this distortion. I think that this is not a level problem. Is it possible to remove or repair? How? And for the future: how I can avoid this?
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post Sep 30 2012, 20:06
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On first playback I thought I heard a very brief problem on one of the very first notes only, a "tick", but then when I hit replay it was fine. [I used VLC as my media player. I think it needed to warm up. wink.gif ]

You can clearly hear that this isn't a real piano, it is an electric one, but other than that I don't hear a problem. [Also the tune itself sounds a little odd at 6 seconds in terms of the notes selected, but I don't know the piece.]

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