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Old 12-30-2004, 01:51 PM
pribb1 pribb1 is offline
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Default Fixing a few Clicks & Pops on tracks?

I have a few tracks that are perfect except for 1 or 2 little clicks & pops. I don't want to re-record them.

What is a good software to repair these problems?
Are the (free download) Bomb Factory clip removers & noise meters any good?

Any advice is greatly appreciated. Keep in mind that I'm a newbie.
Thanks!!!
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Old 12-30-2004, 02:01 PM
jofromabove jofromabove is offline
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Default Re: Fixing a few Clicks & Pops on tracks?

if its just one or two you could fix them with your pencil tool. Zoom in on them, get the pencil out and draw them away.
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