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Post subject:   PostPosted: Aug 09, 2011 - 11:05 AM
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I agree. Click Repair is actually quite a neat little tool.

CactusCowboy has hit the nail right on the head, most people start by trying to do too much and are very agressive in their use of click and noise reduction. Less is often more in this case. Noise reduction, in particular, can certainly benefit through the use of two or three light passes rather than a single aggressive one.

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When I did White Noise 3 this was going back to1993 and using my first gen Pentium. A lot of these tools that you mentioned were not available at this time. Sound Forge was the best thing at the time. I heard a CD release of Faster than the speed of light by Arthur Brown/Vincent Crane. The pops and tics were overwhelming in the CD release. My copy of this on vinyl is in so much better shape. They should have used my copy..
 
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