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MP3 Cleaning ?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by luke35, Aug 8, 2004.

  1. luke35

    luke35 Member

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    I've found software that "cleans" audio tracks but it does it one at a time. Is there anything that will do several at a time ? I have several CD's full of MP3's and would like to move them to the HD, delete repeats, clean and even out the volume and re-burn them to a CD. Is there such an animal ?
     
  2. 2005

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    where did you find software to "clean" mp3's and adjust the volume... im curious as to what your using.
     
  3. djcsurf

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    I dont know about the 'cleaning' but as for the volume levelling, the best tool around in my opinion is MP3 Gain.
     
  4. Jeanc1

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    There are quite a few Sound Editors programs available on the web -- some are freeware !

    If you have Nero 6 Ultra -- you have a sound editor that will give you all you need to delete silences , normalize the volume and so on ..... That's Nero Wave editor.

    Google your way to Sound Editor and you will find software to your liking.

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  5. luke35

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    One was Audio Cleaning Lab, don't remember the others off hand. I'm looking for one that will do several at a time without having to enter stuff between each one.
     
  6. SparkeyNi

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    Try using Steinberg Clean or mp3 doctor, I would recommend s/clean if your looking to restore and normalise audio it will cope with single or multiple tracks.
     
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  7. Jeanc1

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    Sony Soundforge 7 --- Steinberg Wave Lab 5.0 -- are two programs were you make a script and process as many as you want at once. I use SoundForge personally.

    Top Of the Line Editors are costly ! (500$+)
     

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