I have a lot of FLACs recorded from cassete tapes and want to know if there is a away by using DSPs and in which order to reduce the Hiss during playback? And If there is a good Equalizer preset that do the trick? Noise Sharpening or Dolby Headphones could be for this thing? I know that I could try out, but I want to try some others experiments with this from others. I mean exchange experience (Google translation)
I don't think you can (easily). You can probably find some nice VST's that does this and use the VST wrapper, but it will be applied to all the tracks you listen to, then.
Quote from: odyssey on 18 October, 2009, 08:55:16 PMI don't think you can (easily). You can probably find some nice VST's that does this and use the VST wrapper, but it will be applied to all the tracks you listen to, then.You can use the converter with an appropriate VTS plugin+wrapper to avoid this, although the files would then be permanently altered.
It looks like VST will make hard use of the CPU, at least for the ones I tried. I am not want to totally exterminate the Noise just want to reduce it a little while playing. I was thinking in slowing the highs using Equalization and maybe somebody know of some DSP plugins that will do this. I found this dsp plugin for Winamp "Tape Restore Live" to use with winamp DSP bridge, but still lots of CPU usage.
Is not a good idea, I don't want to modify the sound source.