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    reneebd@excite.com
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    Editing audio recordings

    Our church has an extensive collection of audio cassettes. Is there any software you can recommend for editing the quality such as eliminating dead spots;static in the backgroung etc. to make them ready for cd reproduction?



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    Have a look at Adobe Audition (used to be Cool Edit Pro).

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    I know this is an old post, but...
    a less expensive alternative might be cakewalk pyro or an equivalent program. pyro is only 29.00 if you download and i think 39.00 if you buy it on disc.

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    cubase, its good for lowerend and only cost 400

    has all the basic vsts for beginners

    then ull prolly want soundforge for mastering

    thats bout 600 (changes alot)

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    use cooledit

    cooledit is powerful yet easy to use program. it has many features. you could easily connect your cassette player's output to your computer-micropho ne jack. record the wave and the edit

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    cooledit is powerful yet easy to use program. it has many features. you could easily connect your cassette player's output to your computer-micropho ne jack. record the wave and the edit
    right, but cool edit is nolonger around (i know you can still find old copies) and audition is the same program
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