I have purchased an amazing audio restoration program that shall remain nameless as to not colour anyone's opinions. I simply can't get over how well it cleans and preserves the original tone and warmth of an analog recording.
do you mean izotope?
It's designed just for the transfer of audio from an analog source to a digital one. Not really a big deal which program it is. That is not the focus of this project. I'm not keeping any secrets by not releasing the name of the program nor am I being boastful, rather I simply want the spotlight to be on the audio and images and not on the software used.
actually, i think it is a big deal.
because i've done a ton of vinyl to digital restoration,
and if there's a better tool out there i'd try it. i've used
soundforge in the past, and also magix audio cleaning lab,
with very good results.
i have no idea why you think telling people about what
you're using would hurt this project. it's the streisand
effect. you're just focusing more attention on it, now
that you've stated that you don't want to tell us what
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