DISCLAIMER: I've already seached on this topic, came up with a few things, but, frankly, I'm just too damn lazy to read through 15+ pages of topics. So, I'm posting it in hopes of an answer. Here's my situation: I was asked to do some cassete tape transfers to CD for a cancer patient that wishes to distribute these to other's afflicted with this disease. This is pro-bono work for charity so I really can't go beyond what I already have in my studio. The recording is Christian music, recorded in some well-known studios Nashville in the 60's. Problem is, this tape is a copy, and probably a copy of a copy! So, I dubbed this cassette down to my HD-24, then dumped it into Logic. I used Soundsoap and got rid of quite a few click and crackles (and there are a LOT). I also merged the stereo tracks into one mono, as they were identical. My problem is that, when they made this copy, the distortion is mainly coming out of the right channel. I've tried notching frequencies, using other denoise/decrackle plugs, but it seems it's as "clean" as it's going to get, which isn't to my standards at all. I know I'm not going to get a crystal-clean outcome, but I'm really at a loss just to get rid of the crackles! Any suggestions would be a tremendous help! Thanks in advance! Oh, here's what I'm working with: 30 minutes of audio with 7 individual songs, recorded at 48k. Waves Platinum, TC Powercore, IK T-Racks, Soundsoap Pro and Bias Peak Pro plugs. Thanks again!