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Re: Digital Distortion

Subject: Re: Digital Distortion
From: Walter Knapp <>
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 23:49:34 -0400
Clifford Caruthers wrote:
> To my way of thinking there's no 'damage'.  If you're recording is
> already very low level, then normalizing will bring out low bit-rate
> artifacts that are best left out of earshot

There are, of course, filters that are specifically designed to cut off
all sound below a certain level, to filter in the domain of dynamic
range. They are tricky to use, but I've had some success simply
filtering off the low level stuff. The tricky part is removing what's
unwanted and keeping what's wanted.



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