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Old 2007-02-03, 04:30 PM
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Software to check group of WAV files for errors?

I have a group of WAV files and I want to see if there are any clicks, errors, or other problems from when they were extracted.

Is there software that can check for these things?

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Re: Software to check group of WAV files for errors?

any audio prog will do, but you'll have to go thru and listen for problems...there is no program that i know of that'll run an automated check for such issues
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