[paranoia-dev] Pop-reduction code
rik at kde.org
Fri Jun 29 12:03:13 PDT 2001
> I mentioned this on the paranoia user list - I'm working on code
> to filter out popping noises I've been getting which are usually
> just one or two errant samples long. Here's what I've thrown together
> as a first pass. Very ugly, reads in a .wav from stdin and writes
> it to stdout. Reduces the pops somewhat, but it still misses the
> quieter ones (or perhaps doesn't clean them out enough). You
> probably don't care about this code.
There's a very good utility for doing this - it's called 'declick'. I
can't remember where I found it, but it works very well, so I suggest you
check it out.
BTW, I used to get clicks when ripping using cdparanoia, until I stopped
using -z and start using a rip speed of 1.
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