Just wanted to hear some feedback,if possible.Thanks.
Please clarify for the DHP audience what the hell you're talking about.
Thank you .
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of anything. Folks swear they hear a difference, but I dont. And when
I compare wave files, I cant find much if a change; file is still clipped,
and still running over 0db.
What do you use now? might be better to stick with what you have
if the software allows you to normalize to 0db, as well as de-clip
I thought it was suspect when it said it could remove distortion.
no, but i've used a platinum card and lotus notes.
I use it to level files when I load ipods. I'd be curious to hear from people that actually use it for files they play in clubs. I have never treated files I play out and I have the program. I don't quite trust it, especially with out explanation or feedback from anybody. I have never talked with a Dj using it.
It is quite good if you have a really crap sound file
there other app Mixed In Key is really good.
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shape of good signal. Theres no way to correct a wave shape, if one
doesnt know what the good waveform looked like. So yeah, that claim
was very suspect.
Honestly, true audio restoration tools would be a better option; there may be
a bit of a learning curve, and there would be more work involved, but you know
what is done, and can control what the music sounds like.
This is what I use, and I absolutely recommend it to anyone that really wants
to step up the quality of their sound:
It may not look like much, but there's a lot of useful tools in there. Took
me darn near a yearr and change to really start getting to know the true value of the
software. Give it a try, and if anyone feels overwhelmed or needs extra help with cleaning
up a vinyl rip or reducing the clipping in the files, hit me up.
Last edited by vic; 02-19-2009 at 06:11 PM.
I just checked it out and honestly I didn't really notice a big difference in the new file. There was a SLIGHT change (level boost) but nothing really substantial..
I do use Mixed in Key and that's pretty cool. I was wondering about that app as well.
I also use Tag and Rename. Neither does "audio remastering" though. Up until now, I've usually just cleaned up my files in Sound Forge. A "one-click" tweak would be nice.
Last edited by KragShot; 02-20-2009 at 09:43 AM.
to make corrections by hand. Thing is though, Ive tried Platinum for a good
while thinking it was doing something. But after I got DC7 for cleanup, I realized
I could use it to eliminate, or, significantly reduce the clipping, as well as "0" the
files. After I did a camparo of the Plat vs my own effort, there was no question
going the longer more involved route got em results I could see and hear. I do believe
Plat does do something, but what it does is not worth the asking price; especially
when there are other products on the market that can do plat's job and then
some for a bit more coin.
the Tag and Rename does look interesting though. Im gonna check it out.