[linux-audio-user] LPs to CD - help with filters

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To: LAU <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Monday, March 10, 2003 - 2:17 am

I need some help understanding the basics of audio editing/filters using
the linux tools.

I've successfully used Broadcast2000 and SND to capture music input from
cassette tape and LP, and have written some to CD. Next I want to do
some work on the files, filter out what nasty stuff I can, but don't
know what filters have what effect. I'm also not sure of the steps to
think the process through; that is, if you see/hear symptom A, then X
process, or X filter. Actually, I know how to apply the "plugins" in
Broadcast 2000, but don't know what to pick or why. In SND I haven't
gotten that far, but know it's possible.
Any hints, howto suggestion or pointers would be GREATLY appreciated. My
audio equipment is pretty modest; a SB16 ISA...and I know I might have
to change that.

Thanks in advance

Reid

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[linux-audio-user] LPs to CD - help with filters, Reid Vail, (Mon Mar 10, 2:17 am)
Re: [linux-audio-user] LPs to CD - help with filters, al goldstein, (Mon Mar 10, 9:37 pm)
Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: LPs to CD - help with filters, James Tappin, (Mon Mar 10, 10:00 pm)