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Old 2005-05-25, 04:44 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

CEP/Audition has smoothing by default and a nice plug for fixing pops if you can't get the edit 100% perfect sometimes. scroll down here:
http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/...read.php?t=957

don't forget that after you've edited out all the little gaps you'll have to recut the show on sector boundaries.
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Old 2005-05-25, 05:24 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

tried that and made no difference its a lot more dull than your average tick/pop. have you tried removing the SBE in the sample and listening?
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Old 2005-05-25, 06:28 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

I'll give it a shot tomorrow or the next day and post back here.
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Old 2005-05-25, 06:35 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

k thanks, want me to email you a longer clip?
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Old 2005-05-25, 09:14 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

I think you are making this job more difficult than is necessary. I don't see why you are messing about with a spectrum view of the wave. Just zoom on in with your wave editor in edit or wave mode (like the view I posted above) and snip out the zero samples. It's easy.

I do this with EAC. I just zoom in and cut out the middle part of the gap, leaving just enough at either end that when I zoom in a bit more, I can still tell where the gap is. Then I zoom in so that I can see each individual sample and I cut out all the zero samples. That's all it should take.
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Old 2005-05-25, 09:19 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

you still have to listen for a pop after the edit and spectral view can give a visual assist nothing wrong with that. When it comes to the actual editing of course use waveform view.
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Old 2005-05-26, 06:10 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

this is totally one of those shows where just editing out the zero samples doesn't work.

First, I turned off smoothing...


Then I highlighted the zero samples and only the zero samples.

wave:


spectrum:


then hit delete.

wave:


spectrum:


Especially in the left channel you can see that this isn't a perfect edit, there is either a slight repetition or else a piece missing.

Here's a zoomed out look after the edit.



I got a slightly better result sound-wise by widening the area I delted and turning on smoothing.



There was still a "pop". This one is very resistant to fixing.

I would try to get a DAO source for this someway somehow. If this is all that's out there just tinker with it until you've got it sounding just right, then recut etc.
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Old 2005-05-26, 06:41 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

thanks a lot for that, the SBEs were introduced by the taper and he has supposebly been telling people not to trade it but i managed to get hold of it. apparently he has had police troubles ( ) or something to do with this so it looks doubtful on getting a perfect copy.

do you think its important to retrack it exactly the same or can i just track it like i normally would a one track show. thanks
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Old 2005-05-26, 07:07 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

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thanks a lot for that, the SBEs were introduced by the taper and he has supposebly been telling people not to trade it but i managed to get hold of it. apparently he has had police troubles ( ) or something to do with this so it looks doubtful on getting a perfect copy.

do you think its important to retrack it exactly the same or can i just track it like i normally would a one track show. thanks
If you think you can improve the tracking go for it.
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