> > Thanks to the equiptment and expertise of the folks at the library,
> > I was able to transfer the music of my grandfather's old jazz band from
> > 78s onto a CD. Now that it is digital, does anyone have any
> > recommendations for noise reduction software for cleaning up the
> > recording? Any suggestions are appreciated. Victor
I've not used the pop-click removal options in the CD-R software(s) yet...
but you might give Audacity a try. I have done some noise reduction with
it. It's not as easy to use as the full blown NR plugin for sound forge,
but it did a pretty good job.
If clicks/pops are an issue, this NR might help just fine, or you could
always track down a pop/click removal VST plugin, whcih will also work
with this program.
Oh, and it's free and the site has links to free/shareware vst plugins
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