I have a large number of reel to reel tapes left by my father- in-law. He recorded them at 1 7/8 (i think that's correct, lowest speed possible). Unfortunately, my tape deck, pioneer rt-909, has only 9.5 as the lowest speed. Is it possible to change the capstan (provided i could find one) to be able to play these tapes?
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I've got a request, but I'm not sure if these are the right forums to come asking. If they aren't, please point me in the right direction, because Google did not.
There is a particular audio file I have of an old song that has some damage. It's mainly that annoying crisping sound throughout the song, but it really bothers me because it's such a beautiful song.
Background of my question:
I apologize if I'm posting at the wrong place, I wasn't sure if this should go to Mastering forum or here, simply because the music that I'm interested to work on is mostly Classical.
I'm looking for advise on getting rid of buzz and crackles on old recordings, something better than the Waves restoration kit, or a combination of different software that might render better results. Thank you!
I've played with the attack/release quite a bit and it helped, but sometimes it still seems like a crapshoot on the results. Any tips, tricks, hints would be greatly appreciated.
Is anyone here interested in either of these wonderful tools (specifically their spectral editors)?
Does anyone want to know how to get these without spending the $3000 or more but still get a LEGAL solution?
Who thinks the Adobe Audition version sucks?
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