Uh, sorry, I perhaps could have done better job explaining what I saw,
than saying "didn't fix the
vox file like it used to." ...
I'm converting vox -> wav using sox. My vox files are
'non-standards-compliant' so the resultant wave file has a very
noticeable off-centeredness when viewed using CE2K. The dcshift parm
helped me compensate largely this to get a normal, 'centered' (as seen
in CE2K) waveform.
So in using the dcshift parm with sox v14.0.0, it basically didn't seen
to fix the 'off-centeredness' problem ... but my older version of sox would.
So that's what I meant by "didn't fix the vox file like it used to." :)
groups, freeman wrote:
> (By way of 'used to use' I mean where my sox.exe was dated 2006/05/07;
> 743,385 bytes; no --version identification available)
> So I tried out this parm with the new v14.0.0 sox and it didn't fix the
> vox file like it used to.
> I was told to instead use this parm: highpass 10 (which seems to work
> even better).