yes, it's all good mate...i have learned much from our discussion, and i
your system sounds freekin like a great idea, i have somewhere a freeware
declipper program as well you can use to fix more modern recordings where
they practice that "loudness wars" crap.
and try this trick sometime if ya get any spikes or overs...
keep zooming in until ya find the clipping point
and use the "amplify" tool to "de-amplify" it...
i can get louder cleared mixes doing that than my brother can with his multi
thousand dollar WAVES setup.
another thing that works well is to again zoom, and use the pencil tool to
simply redraw the wave.
works like a charm.
if you'd like to try the declipper program (anyone is welcome to ) email me
off list and i will sendspace it for ya somehow, may have to wait til i am
outta this fuckin hospital first tho,
From: Gale (Audacity Team) <gale@au...> - 2009-03-20 00:24:14
Jimi Photon wrote:
> ...i have somewhere a freeware declipper program as well you can
> use to fix more modern recordings where they practice that "loudness wars"
Which one is that? Audacity Beta includes Clip Fix (originally by
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