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Old 01-25-2004, 10:55 PM
JesseF JesseF is offline
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Default Software to search for pops/clicks in waveform?


I am zoomed into waveforms at sample level, looking for spikes in the wave that are causing little pops. These spikes, when I manage to find them, are easily identifiable by a triangle like shape in the waveform. When I find these spikes, I simply use the pencil tool to smooth out the wave, thus getting rid of the pop.

Does anyone know if there is there any software that can anaylze waveforms, looking for spikes like I described above? This would cut down on a lot of tedious editing work.


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Old 01-26-2004, 03:34 AM
Scott Gibson Scott Gibson is offline
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Default Re: Software to search for pops/clicks in waveform?

Waves X-Click Maybe?

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