Audio Restoration

  TomRob2508 19:41 18 Jul 03

Anyone know how PC Programs such as Clean or Audio Cleaning Lab compare or relate to the systems used by the CD Music companies (such as CEDAR Process or NoNoise Solutions etc)?

  MichelleC 09:21 19 Jul 03

You gets for what you pays for. Sonic Foundry audio editors are $300/500 but can do the business:

click here

  TomRob2508 17:44 20 Jul 03

Michelle, Thanks for your response. I am researching prior to transfering my collection of 78s, Shellac, Vinyl, tapes etc to a digital form. I have most of the titles already on commercial CDs so it is a technical exercise since I am now retired and have time. However money is in short supply. Hence Audio Cleaning Labs deluxe version 3 is in offer at Amazon for £15 (about $20) which is a lot cheaper than Sonic at $300/500. I aggree you get what you pay for. I have downloadeded the Sonic catalogue.

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